Yesterday - 8.30am - Ian and Henry perform admirably on The Radio Sheffield Breakfast Show in conversation with the morning presenter and local stand-up comedian Toby Foster.
10am - I am upstairs having a shower when Ian arrives home with Henry and their Public Relations assistant - Sarah.
10.15am - A man arrives from Cambridge in a brand new Renault Kadjar. It's shiny and black and it is a free gift to the Bosh! boys. Renault like the idea of associating with Bosh!
10.30am - Henry reverses the new car into a big tub near our front door. It contains a little fir tree. I hear the tub crack and rush outside. The car is undamaged but the tub is no longer circular.
10.40am - I take the car delivery man down to the railway station.11.05am - A Mercedes van parks outside our house. It contains Nicola Rees, a BBC TV reporter based in Leeds. She is with Mark - her cameraman. They are at our house to get footage for a good news item that will appear in the evening edition of "Look North"
11.30am - I telephone Shirley at the health centre and urge her - if possible - to get home early as "Look North" want to include her in the Bosh! news item.
12.00pm - The BBC filming continues and Shirley comes home. Nicola Rees interviews her out on the lawn.
1.00pm - I consume a quick lunch and phone Oxfam to say I might be a bit late but they are short staffed so I promise to get down to the shop as soon as I can.
6.00pm - I get back home. We have a quick tea (Yorkshire for "dinner").
6.30pm - We turn on our television to watch "Look North". There's Ian and Henry and there's Shirley on the lawn. Two hours of filming has been turned into a three minute news item.
7.00pm - We jump into the sleek silver Puddingmobile whose name is Clint and zoom into the city centre where we have trouble finding a parking place.
7.35pm - We have arrived at The Pennine Theatre in Sheffield Hallam University. We watch Henry and Ian being interviewed by Paulette Edwards and fielding questions from an audience of two hundred and fifty.
8,30pm - Ian and Henry are signing books in the foyer and they are having pictures taken with some of their fans - if that is the right word.
9.00pm - We pop into "The Rutland Arms" for drinks before heading home. I take a picture of a political placard on which these words are written - "Trump putting the dick in dictator"
10.00pm - We drive home. We hope that Ian and Henry and Sarah get back safely to London in the new car.
Midnight - I finish writing this blogpost.