Project Life Revisited | Weeks 13 and 14

Week 13:

The week the UK went into lockdown and homeschooling began.

Week 14:

We stayed home. We initiated the Snakes and Ladders Lockdown Championships. I spent a lot of time in the garden – weeding was the biggest job. (Did you spot my wee helper?) We watched the superb Military Wives via Amazon Prime. We used technology to stay connected.

These perfect-for-life-now journaling cards are all from In a Creative Bubble.

8 thoughts on “Project Life Revisited | Weeks 13 and 14

  1. This is such a good way to document this very odd way of life – you’ll look back on these pages in years to come and be amazed at how things were!
    Who’s top of the leader board in the snakes and ladders championships?

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  2. Marvelous pages. Yes I saw Tilly helping you in the garden. My gardening question is for all the universe but why are the weeds so prolific & have more growth than the planned plants? I chuckled out loud that your card indicates The Queen as family. I found both her addresses to the nation (I consider it includes us as we are part of the Commonwealth nation) comforting & calming.

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    1. Tilly hasn’t really grasped the context of being the under-gardener!
      I felt reassured by Her Majesty had to say – she’s someone who’s lived through some terrible times and come out the other side (albeit in a much more sheltered way than the rest of the population). I’m a fan.

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  3. Just reading your pages reminds me how shocking it was. And eerie, how we have mostly become more used to it. I’d take all the help in the garden I could get, canine or otherwise :).

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