Project Life Revisited | Weeks 25 and 26

Week 25:

It was a slow news week. The Boy Child had a Zoom meeting with his teacher and fellow students. Tilly had the right idea. We met up with my lovely SiL for a socially-distanced walk in the woods with the dogs.

Week 26:

I had an appointment at my GP’s surgery. I made an appointment to visit a local, independent art shop. We finally were able to return to our beloved Hughenden. I made Peanut Butter Loaf for my BiL. We had a fantastic, socially-distanced afternoon in the Cotswolds with The Oldest Friends.

That’s it. Half a year. Twenty six weeks of fifty two recorded. Fourteen weeks when we were just at home. The year 2020 has certainly left its mark.

4 thoughts on “Project Life Revisited | Weeks 25 and 26

  1. I agree 2020 is leaving a mark on our memories, our history. Another great recording of the days. My fur girls concur with Tilly, naps are essential. One of our favourite outdoor walking areas has been closed down again as people just aren’t getting it, no social distancing, garbage everywhere. I feel so let down by people, but that’s another tale …

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    1. I wonder if things will be closed again here, simply because of people’s stupidity. We have no plans to go to the pub or to a restaurant for quite a while yet.

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  2. It’s a huge proportion of the year that we have had to stay at home and Project Life is a great reminder of that. It’s nice to see new outings gradually creeping into your pages! We had Rosie here today while Rachel went into work for the first time and I was thinking that bearing in mind one sixth of her life has been spent in lockdown, she made herself at home here remarkably quickly. That is the equivalent of me being in lockdown for 10 years!

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    1. Crikey, that’s quite an amount of time when put like that! I’m so happy that you are now able to see your grandchildren properly. 🙂

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