KEEP ON MOVIN'
First, an apology for the appalling lack of comments last week, it just didn't happen for one reason or another. I shall do better today!
I genuinely don't know where the time is going, you turn around and it's 10pm and I haven't exactly been twiddling my thumbs. Some strange confusion in space and time, it's gotta be.....
Anyway, the desk:
More duvet covers, pillowcases and sheets have been arriving daily - we'd run out of fabric, so an SOS was put out to my RNLI shop buddies and they turned up trumps. It has been a true fabric frenzy in the JanCave!
I seem to have been sat in this position for most of the week!
The boys continue to be stars helping with the scrubs bags construction. Here Gordon is ironing the umpteenth bag, closely supervised by Betty!
If we haven't been sewing, we've been out on our permitted walk. making the most of the gorgeous weather. I know it's changed yesterday, you can almost hear the plants sighing with relief as they drink up the rainfall.
This is the entry to the west beach, the tide was nearly in (7.9m that day)
The mini dredger was puttering about in the entrance to the harbour - trying to keep the channel clear is a losing battle,
Gordon did manage to break free from the ironing board, lol. This is looking back from the tip of the harbour north to the town. Hard to believe that this was a busy industrial port in the 19th century, coal trains ran on rails all the way down to fill up ships that sailed all around the world.
And in these crazy times flour is a scarce commodity - however our friend Helen is a Cash&Carry member and got us this:
12.5kg!! That'll take some getting through, I think I'll check if any mates want any. Perhaps I can barter some for eggs!!
Enough nonsense for now, hope you're all keeping safe and well. Elizabeth, I'm so glad that you and Alan are improving. xx
See you all next week xxxx