After closing up I walked back through town, stopping to buy a few bits and pieces in the supermarket, then walked up the hill towards the car park. Usually I can manage this at a fairly brisk pace with no trouble, but today I struggled a little and by the time I got into the car I was quite breathless and had to sit for a few minutes until I felt better.
Once home I made myself a quick sandwich - it was 2:30 by now and I had eaten nothing since my slice of toast for breakfast.
P has just gone out to see a friend for an hour and I am struggling to stay awake.
Laziness is making me tired.
Is the "friend" Lord Peregrine has gone to visit his mistress? I understand that all noblemen have mistresses - women like Elsie in "Life is a Cabaret".ReplyDelete
Whatever makes him happy is fine by me. Just let me sleeeeeep...zzzzzzzzzDelete
I was only kidding. He would never be unfaithful to his angel... STOP SNORING!Delete
You weren't too tired to write your blog.ReplyDelete
It only took me two minutes. It was either that or falling asleep on the sofa.Delete
Sounds as though you need to add a siesta to your daily routine. It gives you energy for these longer days.ReplyDelete
Most days are fine, just today I was lacking a bit of energy. A siesta was very tempting!Delete
I think lockdown has put us all a bit out of condition physically and maybe mentally too.ReplyDelete
Yes, that is true. Up and down days.Delete
That's what I was thinking. My review was due in April. Not sure when routine GP appointments will be available again.Delete
The heat of the midday sun....hmmmm.ReplyDelete
Ha, ha....very funnyDelete