Not too hurried a start, got the washing up done and made sandwiches so I could have lunch on the train.
Gill wanted me to try to find some soya yoghurt with active acidobifidus or something culture, so I visited Morissons AND Waitrose on my way to town, so if I found what she wanted, I'd cycle back home with the yoghurt. But no, there wasn't a product available so I went on to the station, locked up my trailer and got a ticket to Bradford. I'd decided the best way to get to Manningham from Bradford Interchange was to use my bike, but as trailers aren't allowed on trains, I left that locked up in York.
Waiting on the platform, I texted Gill with the no yoghurt news. On the train I chatted with a PhD student called Phil (I think!) who is researching mathematical models of medical conditions in the aging population. Fascinating stuff. I love train journeys! I changed trains at Leeds and then chatted to an Oriental couple from Manchester who were about to explore Bradford, which was only 20 minutes or so from Leeds.
I'd memorised the route from the station to Jess's house, using Googlemaps and Streetview, and I found it very easily. Nomy was in, Jess had gone to town but was soon back with some provisions for tea. It was lovely to see them together; I'm the person responsible for introducing them to each other, and now they're a couple, which makes me very happy.
Before tea, we had a game of Scrabble on a homemade Scrabble board, made out of cardboard, and tile racks made of Lego. How creative Jess is!
Jess cooked a stir fry with noodles which was lovely, followed by ice cream and chocolate sauce.
After this we watched YouTube music videos, and then a great film called Kinky Boots on DVD, which was great, I really enjoyed it.