The end (of summer) is nigh (38.20)

I'm finish this week with a small sense of panic building. We've been spoilt for so long with mild weather, and this weekend it was still possible to sit out in a t-shirt and shorts. However the weather forecast can't be denied, there is a sharp cold front coming and temperatures are going to drop… Continue reading The end (of summer) is nigh (38.20)

37.2020 – saying goodbye

I'm still not prepared to admit summer is over - certainly the weekend weather was more summer-like than autumnal - but this week there were quite a few things to which we have to say goodbye. Including, it seems, to group gatherings, as the Covid19 clouds are gathering on the horizon and we are mentally… Continue reading 37.2020 – saying goodbye

In the Peak District (36.20)

My name is Michelle and I'm a book addict. On our recent 10 day tour of the Peak District and surrounds, I came back with 12 new books. All second hand mind, but 12 of them. Do you know how much 12 books weigh? A lot. Especially when you add them to four books that… Continue reading In the Peak District (36.20)

Things I learnt this week 35.20

You’re never too old to learn new things but you might not always be successful. I wanted to try surfing. I tried surfing. I learned that before I try surfing again I need to work in my upper body strength and flexibility. On the other hand, I also learned that, uncomfortable as they are to… Continue reading Things I learnt this week 35.20