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Tag Archives: Holidays
NOTE: CORONAVIRUS CONTENT. IMO this should have been done at the onset of locking down the UK (source) especially as our PM chose not to close the ports, airports and Channel Tunnel. Of course holidays are going to be disrupted … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Good Friday, and if things were normal, the town would be heaving with visitors. The park would be full of people walking their dogs en route up to the prom, eating in one of the many cafes, visiting … Continue reading
I forgot that during the Summer holidays there are firework displays at 10pm every weekend. Last year it was just on Sunday nights, this year it might be Saturday as well. It was noisy tonight, and I got herded towards … Continue reading
Don’t punch me, but Hubby and I will be making plans for our unofficial Christmas in the next couple of weeks. We’ve invited MOH up before the holiday season really gets underway and intend to get the tree down and … Continue reading
I said the other day that I could not remember it being this cold, and to some extent I was right. We walked Maggie round the Avenue today and got our buns chilled off, all six of them. The door … Continue reading
It’s a wet Bank Holiday, so we won’t be going out very much today. Hubby took Maggie up for her first wee of the day around 8am, he clad in the black waterproofs and she in her little jacket and … Continue reading
I didn’t know what to write about today, so posted a couple of ‘shorts’ earlier, then discovered this would be my 800th entry. I couldn’t let that go by without some form of landmark. Despite my ‘old age’, I haven’t … Continue reading
The morning was bright, if not chilly first thing, and I got up early to walk her ladyship whilst Hubby was working on his blog. It was just after 7am as we walked down the Avenue, though I’m not sure … Continue reading
I have reblogged a post entitled The Heartbreak of Dementia today and although I know my Mum won’t be reading this, I hope she knows somewhere in her mind that I think of her every day. Sadly, I also know … Continue reading