Hermit Update

Thank you for all your comments, emails, and offers of cups of tea the last couple of days. I know I haven’t really responded, but it has meant a lot to me. I’m working my way back towards brain being in, if not full, then approaching full, working order.

Just to let you know, I will be back in full blogging mode as of Monday 29th May (evening).

I’m off for a trip in the boat this weekend with the Crazy Canalman. The plan is to go into Little Venice again, then moor up and most likely end up tiling the bathroom. My family is very odd. I go home for the weekend and within five minutes of walking through the door I am defrosting the freezer, or lumping ten bags of peat up the garden, or chopping down hedges, redecorating the new house, or other equally demanding and non-restful tasks. Quite why we’re going to tile the bathroom whilst in the middle of London escapes me, but as Farv points out – when you live on a boat, it doesn’t matter where you do the DIY, so you might as well change the scenery once in a while. I might also see if I can wangle a shopping trip for some cherry-red cowboy boots, but that depends how much he falls for the whole “only daughter in need of cheering up” routine πŸ˜‰

All of these fun and frolics do mean that there will be no Sunday Roast this week. I’ll see what I can do about making a Monday Meal instead.

Again, huggles and love to y’all, and have a lovely weekend πŸ™‚

3 thoughts on “Hermit Update

  1. That it is. Next time πŸ˜€ Though hopefully I won’t be feeling such a need to escape again any time soon.

    Little Venice was also a good place to escape to. I am, sadly, not the proud owner of cherry red cowboy boots (if I had had £160 to waste then I WOULD be), but I am the proud owner of a pretty new scarf (my last one is, well, on its last legs) and a deliciously impractical new bag. Photos coming soon.

    Just to let you know, I am back, and raring to go once more. Woo Hoo!

  2. Well, if you want to visit, I’m always delighted to see the lovely Cas. πŸ™‚ Our meetings are far too few.

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