So we do all live in the same world, 19°c in the shade here, the birds are singing away and I´ve been out in the garden playing with Mr. Mot on and off.
I haven´t done anything I thought I was going to do like tool arranging and photographing, never mind tomorrow is another day, I will leave it until the weather isn´t as nice.
I think I have got the camera working so I´ll give it a whirl tonight by putting it on the windowsill because I haven´t got anything suitable to tie it to.
Walk along the beach at Barneville this pm and 24.5c. Glorious and 5.5 sweaty kms. Jersey looked like we could walk across to it.
Came home to a fan that was already quite sherty. Brit friend in the village had had a car reverse into him breaking lights, scuttle, wing, bonnet. But because the bloke only spoke French? My friend didn't do anything about it. I can't help much apart from take pics of the damage.
Another friend in our bubble just admitted to hospital with Covid? So we try to get tested and when we said we hadn't seen or mixed with him for two weeks was told not necessary.
Another friend just coming out of hospital after hernia opp but we can go see as we might be infected?
I need a few bevy's.
Then mow the lawn and lay the table for our usual 3 course dinner. Whew.!
And now news of another friend whose cancer has spread. One of those days.
Opened the curtains at 7am to a big yellow ball shining in my face, but couldn´t see further than the end of the garden, an hour later the Polish hills are visible, but through as mist, it is going to be a lovely day. I must keep off this machine and DO something, Mr. Weatherman says it´s gong to reach 22°c.
After a summers day yesterday its mostly cloud and there was just a bit of rain as I let Motley out, so he soon came in. IT says windy after 3pm :frown2: what again, have we always had so much wind, I can´t remember fighting against wind when I used to ride a bike to school or work.
I'd to move the MH to the other side of the parking area as our neighbours were having trees between us lopped. My goodness, they did a fabulous job n cleared up exceptionally well behind them. However, I'm not moving the MH back just yet - I can see a branch (albeit a fairly light one) caught up in another above my spot. So I'll just wait for a bit of wind to hopefully bring it down.
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