Sunday, 16 April 2017
A bit of a breeze
It was a bit windy out on the headland the other day. I felt like one of those trees by the end of the afternoon. And my hair was really big.
It blew the cobwebs away though and made it extra delicious to get home.
Easter morning passed in a blur of treasure hunting and chocolate. In the afternoon we went to the Cotswolds for a trot round. I have far too many photos which I shall torture you with another day. When we got home the littlest boy tried to tempt me with pudding but I stood firm.
I'm looking forward to another week of no school. There's nothing spectacular planned, it will just be fairly local things and home things. No rain forecast, which is good on the one hand, but for us gardeners, well, it could all do with a good soaking. The biggest boy and I did our bird survey the other day and the ground had gone from deep mud to hard baked and cracked dust within the space of four weeks.
While we were down by the river, this tall ship sailed by.
She's the Kaskelot, a three-masted barque built in 1948. No doubt very impressive with all the sails up, or whatever the nautical term is.
How was Easter with you? Mucho relaxing I hope.