Last night when we got home from our holiday, I had a bit of a squash and a squeeze moment. Our house seems so very big after two weeks in a caravan and a full day in the car! It is nice to be able to bend down to pick up something from the floor without bumping into the wall.
We had a long lie-in this morning and plan to take it slowly today. Richard emptied the trailer, I sorted through the washing and put the first load on. The kids have re acquainted themselves with their bedrooms, toys and gadgets. My socialite girl is already out with friends. The dog has chased the cats through the house and reclaimed the garden as his own. All is back to normal.
Thanks for stopping by and reading my scheduled posts during the last two weeks. I missed this space, my space for reflection and memories. I have dipped in and out using my phone, when there was a signal. I am looking forward to catching up with your lives, and I am looking forward to telling you all about our holiday in Cornwall. I have so many photos I would like to show you, I don't know where to start. Bear with me. Cxx
P.S. Just a quick word about manners: I don't expect anyone to love what I write and and show in this space. I love to read your comments and enjoy your input. I don't however enjoy poor manners. Dear Anonymous, I wish someone had explained to you the difference between being kindly critical and rudely critical. 'After all the fawning comments I'll be the honest one - yes the colours are too crazy. Not a good look.' (on my psychedelic dress). I consider this unnecessarily harsh, don't you? Don't you have anything better to do with your life than leaving unkind anonymous comments?