Afterwards I had a cup of tea with his elderly owners, M (91) and B (96) and managed to add 3 pieces to their fiendishly difficult jigsaw. Before you can start the jigsaw, you have to do a crossword, then the completed crossword is the picture that you have to assemble! As I said, fiendishly difficult because everything is the same colour and the pieces just have bits of letters on them. I also helped B install an update on her Android tablet.
Having done my good deeds for the day, I drove home through the now torrential rain and spent the rest of the morning crocheting African flower motifs and listening to BBC radio on the website. Our default station for the radio in the kitchen is Radio 4, but I find Radio 4 Extra really useful because there isn't always something on live that I want to listen to.
After lunch I filled out a couple of forms relating to financial stuff and then drove round to the college to teach my final session of the week. Normally I walk, but it had rained so hard during the day that there was the danger of the underpass flooding. A flooded underpass on the shortcut would necessitate either paddling and getting wet feet or walking the long way round, which takes getting on for half and hour instead of 10 minutes.
And now I'm just winding down before dinner, a glass of wine and an evening watching TV.