After my very short break from Blogland - only a few weeks - I have come to realise that I miss posting my daily ramblings and so have decided to stage a tentative comeback. Recording my diary seems to give me a focus on my life which would otherwise just be slipping away from me. During my time offline I have still been keeping up to date, reading the usual blogs, although not commenting, or posting on my own blog. Thank you to everyone who left such kind comments and sent messages.
Life here in our little corner of the world has been plodding along as usual but here are a few highlights - more to remind myself of what I have been doing than anything else - but if anyone out there is interested, please read on...
We went away for our isolation-free, airbridge-bubble, week's holiday on Guernsey in August. A relaxing, stress-free break in very pretty surroundings with wonderfully kind and generous local people (yes, you Mary) and lots of opportunities for long walks along quiet lanes and the beautiful coastline.
This weekend I realised that the cold nights are now really here to stay so have swapped out the lightweight bed throws for the winter duvet. The logs and coal will most likely be brought in soon and the fire lit as the nights draw in. Winter seems to have come around too quickly, especially as our summer here was a washout, unlike the rest of Britain. Oh well, at least the hay fever should now subside.