Pink for a girl
Blue for a boy
Sienna visited last weekend and it could be a while before we see her again. We see her maybe every 3 or 4 weeks usually and I always notice a difference in her, so I'm expecting big changes when all this if over and we can get together again.Thomas' school closed before the official shutdown as did Amy's Uni. Workbooks and online sessions have been set for both of them. Thankfully neither of them are in 'critical' education years. My nephew's graduation has been cancelled and his sister should be taking her GCSE's this year. Not massive things in the grand scheme but when the importance of working towards these goals has been drilled into them since day 1 of their education and dire warnings given if you don't achieve, to have them snatched from you must be really disappointing.
I've made soup to keep the veg intake up as I'm in an at risk group and feel I should be making a more concerted effort than usual to keep healthy.
And Thomas bought me this for Mother's Day.
I'm finding the lock down rules a little ambiguous regarding the caravan. We can queue with the masses for food, take daily exercise in a park and pick up a take away should we want to, which we don't. But it seems we aren't allowed to get into our car and drive to the van even though w'ed come into contact with nobody apart from each other. Fire regulations mean caravans have to be 6 metres apart anyway and the site is that quiet we often walk around it without seeing anybody. This is a photo taken at the weekend. Don't get me wrong, we don't want to visit the beach or go shopping. We're fully self sufficient when we're there apart from the fish and chip run which we could happily go without. But rules are rules I suppose.
Hope you're all keeping well and for those of you who don't have to go to work and are self-isolating aren't finding it too hard to keep occupied.