R's sister's neighbour's gladdies. Brexit supporter, no doubt.
A neighbour's tied up gladiolus.
I moved the outdoor table and chairs to this paved area from another. It was great watching the bees buzzing around the lavender. It has been flattened by recent rain.
K's other neighbour is from South Africa and is a local nurse. She has an interesting garden, full of produce.
Given this post is short, I will add these photos. As I mentioned, R's sister's bathroom was rather small but well set up for those with disabilities, as long as they did not need a wheelchair as the space was very small. These taps are so easy to use for anyone, with a beautiful smooth and light action. Of course mixing hot and cold water in a single tap was not the way things were done in England. I think the English are past that now, I think.
A hangover from times past, no power points or wall light switches lest you touch them with wet hands and get zapped. Remembering light switches and power switches at my childhood farmhouse, there was a chance of being zapped but not with modern switches. One cord is for the light and the other to switch on the controls in the next photo. I had to use my electric razor while sitting on our bed and looking at a wardrobe mirror.
The photo is quite self explanatory, as I go on to explain it. You press Start and it starts. You can adjust the flow from high to low. Why would you want low? Actually, the pressure wasn't bad at all. The temperature is adjustable. I used to turn it up from five to six. I prefer my showers on the hot side. The problem was the sagging shower head. You would put it in your preferred position and over thirty seconds it would sag. If it was my shower, I would have had to do something about it.