Month in Numbers | April 2020

Was April awful? Let’s see what the numbers made of it:

18 online sessions of Pilates.

30 more days of Lockdown, bringing the UK’s total number of days in Lockdown to 42.

There were 15 mornings of homeschooling.

We made 7 rainbows for our windows.

I sent 9 pieces of Happy Mail.

My highest daily step count was 10,627.

1 new baby boy arrived safely, making us great uncle and great auntie for the 5th time. 🙂 His name is … and he is absolutely gorgeous!

24 days of working on compiling the stories and photos of my RAF career in one place for the 100 Day Project.

3 loaves baked – Beer Bread, Beer Bread with Cheese and Lemon Blueberry Loaf. All eaten, down to the final crumb.

Month in Numbers was the brainchild of Julie. You can see my previous Month in Numbers here. All journaling cards are from In a Creative Bubble.

6 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | April 2020

  1. An impressive month. I made the Cheesy Chicken & Beer Bread (used Corona Beer) & it was delicious, both will be repeats. Congrats on baby boy being welcomed into the family. Cannot wait to see some of your RAF album.

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  2. That’s a nice haul of numbers and you are doing great with your step count in the restrictions around you. “Positive vibes” jumps out, so April wasn’t too awful, it seems? I’ve seen so many glowing references to your beer bread that I am going to have to talk with the menfolk here about giving up one of theirs to the chief cook and bottle-washer!

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    1. I can’t take credit for the beer bread, but it is tasty … your menfolk should donate their beer for the greater good!

      April was surprisingly ok and went by quickly.


  3. Well, it sounds like it was a pretty good month overall, despite the lockdown. I have some baking numbers this month, too, as well as a flower photo! Hoping to create my digital month by numbers layout at some point today.

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