Today’s been rather anti-climactic. Having regained our freedom we’ve done sod-all with it today as the weather’s been so miserable. You know when you have to turn the lights on in the middle of the day? That.
Our good intentions of getting out for a walk went out of the window, instead we spent the day working from home so the day wasn’t entirely wasted. I managed to get more old slides scanned, scribbled a blog highlighting the latest Green party car-crash, then put my feet up. Dee’s been equally busy in her persona as a brilliant cook, so we’ve now got some superb repasts to look forward to over the next few days. Oh, and we had a sneaky snack that we picked up at the farm shop the other day…
Now, what’s the picture of the day going to be? How about this? I took this picture on the 17th August 2001. This is Baia do Sancho on the beautiful and unspoilt Brazilian Island of Fernando de Noronha. There would be no problem of social distancing here!
I’ve a favour to ask…
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