For this week Frank’s challenge is to share images that give you a sense of what tomorrow might hold in store; feel free to be fanciful and imaginative. This is one where I very much look forward to seeing what Tomorrow will bring!
Tomorrow sees us both having our annual eye tests. All being well, we shouldn’t need new glasses this year, and the retinal scans will show normal. I have a diabetes check up next week, so it will be a good pointer as last year she could see no sign of diabetes. This was good to know as our surgery has cancelled eye screening for ‘stable’ diabetics. Interesting that, as they haven’t checked me for almost two years. Anyway, I digress.
Our tomorrows are currently filled with the same as our todays, though where we live that is not actually a bad thing. We have a beautiful beach just a five minute walk away, a lovely park, and as long as the visitors stay away, a pretty clean town!
Seriously though, the town is reliant on the tourist trade, and last year hit many businesses hard. Lockdowns have shut shops, pubs and B&Bs, but still the holiday makers come as there are private caravan parks, holiday lets and holiday homes here. The problem is that it is not just their money they are bringing with them.
At least the vaccine rollout is under way here and our elderly residents are having their first jabs. As to the ‘tomorrow’ when we’ll get ours is unclear.
Look at that sky!! 🙂
It’s a fabulous beach
I thought the same thing.
Our end is open to dogs all year round, so if Maggie fancied a swim, there was no problem. Sadly she developed an allergy to the sand, but we still had the park. She never bothered the ducks or the geese, and they got used to her too. It still seems strange walking without her.
Aww, she was gentle then.
She was a softee, though crows, gulls and pigeons were fair game. She never bothered the ducks on the marina either, but it was funny when she came nose to bill with one of the resident herons!
I can tell that you still miss her much.
Yes, very much Angela (it is Angela isn’t it?).
Yes, it is.
Missing her means that you she ‘s still a part of your everyday self. A good thing I think.
I still expect to see her nose poke round the door when I open the fridge, and when we’re out walking, she’s with us. I’m glad we have pictures, and there are loads in my blog over the years.
good luck for the eye test tomorrow! I hope your eyes will be ok! Xx
Beautiful photos! Our county just started offering vaccines to any 65 and older. They are predicting that the 60+ will be able to schedule their vaccinations as early as next week!
Our town is still working on the over 70s. Hopefully we’ll be in the next batch.
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