I have been back a couple of times to do some gardening but it was only ever for a short time. I was delighted to see the poppy in full flower. A lot of weeding to be done but I will have to tackle that when my energy levels are sufficiently high enough.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020
Friday, 8 May 2020
After lessons I took both grandchildren for a walk to see the four little ducklings.
Once the children are in bed tonight, I will be taking part in the weekly family quiz, courtesy of the zoom app. Other than the Friday quiz the days don't change very much in this strange world we find ourselves in at the moment. I try to find time for daily phone calls to friends and then if I have any energy left I try and read, comment or write a post!
Monday, 4 May 2020
This week I should have been in Norfolk on the annual long distance walk with five other walkers. This is our annual get together and is planned months in advance. Paul had once again done an excellent job sourcing transport, accommodation and places to eat. Who could possibly have guessed that it would have to be cancelled because of a pandemic. It wasn't going to be a difficult walk as Norfolk is mainly flat. It was a 90 mile walk taking us through the countryside and then along the coast. Of course, once lockdown was in sight we knew we wouldn't be able to do the walk this year. However, Jim suggested covering the mileage during our daily walks. He volunteered to collate the distance we covered each day and then he would let us know where we would be on the walk. We started last Thursday doing however many miles we could. A couple of the group are remaining within the home, either using a treadmill or counting steps. The rest of us are doing our usual daily walk of 2 or 3 miles. But we are all a little competitive and the mileage seems to be creeping up.Living at my daughter's I am fortunate to have easy access to woodland making extended walks away from others much easier. So on Sunday I walked 8 miles bringing my total to 19.5 miles
Sharing with Our World Tuesday
Friday, 1 May 2020
Each day I go out for an hour's walk. I try to vary my route and often go down roads I have never visited before. Today I walked down this road with its brightly decorated trees and messages from children thanking our key workers.
Each Thursday evening at 8pm you will find the majority of people outside their front doors clapping and cheering to show their appreciation of our National Health Service.