Despite Lockdown 3.0 restricting life, January appears to have passed by quickly. Let’s see what the numbers made of it.
16 online Step classes completed by me. Where would we be without free-to-access YouTube videos?
31 sessions of 10-minutes-long Pilates. It’s mostly stretching but, whatever.
20,364 steps walked by me on my busiest day of the month.
18 days of home-schooling.
Joe Biden sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America. Kamala Harris became the 1st female Vice President and the 1st person of colour to hold the post*.
We celebrated a 14th birthday.
5 baking sessions.
Tilly was walked 30 times by me. She was poorly on one day.
20 pieces of Happy Mail sent by me and The Boy Child. (He had birthday thank-yous to send.)
27 scrapbook pages created by me, in what was an extremely productive month.
27 days in another national lockdown in England. The news is grim.
4 days in Tier 4 at the beginning of the month.
* An British friend living in Las Vegas sent me a note after I’d said in a layout I’d shared on Instagram that Kamala was the first person of colour to be VP: “Hey Ruth, I don’t want to pick you up on a mistake, but put simply, your remark about Kamala is, well, wrong. In 1928, Charles Curtis – a Native American lawmaker and member of the Kaw Nation – was elected as President Herbert Hoover’s vice president. He is the highest-ranking enrolled Native American ever to serve in the federal government.” So there you have it. I stand corrected. 🙂