Monday, 6 July 2020

I miss my friends.

My girl friends who you can have a good belly laugh with.  Who will never share what you told them.  As I will not share what they said to me.  

I do chat to many on the Prom.  But its hardly other than a swift chat on the weather and whether I am near death yet!

Trying to plan a meet up where social distancing is possible.  In my head designing alterations to the patio to make it more sheltered.  And so on.  I will get there.

Today I had my feet sorted.  Bliss.  Back to red hair and short on the 24th.  

My daily pleasure is at the Prom as you all know.  Sadly anonymous says my blog is boring as its prom, prom, prom.  I wonder why she still reads it then.


A Beam Trawler away out on the hunt.




One to paint. Oh yes.



Surf School and a deserted beach.


A new sign!  The whole town and surrounds are loving these signs.  Do hope they remain. 

Next month a visit from some of our family.  I do hope so.  But one keeps waiting for the lock down to slam down with all the idiotic behaviour in England.  Just following the examples of Mr Cummings and Boris's Dad.  

Trying so hard as I know we all are to stay positive.  So good to know I have such lovely friends in Blogland.


17 comments:

Mary Bolton said...

Carry on please! I for one will never tire of the ever changning images of the sea and birds that you post!!

Thickethouse.wordpress said...

It is NOT boring. It is always different. That is why you are not bored with visiting the prom....Never the same.

Terra said...

The sea, the sand, the sky and the birds in their poses are ever changing. Pay no mind to that person! I am being careful and avoiding going into stores, etc. but have had a friend over to sit on my front patio and chat and drink coffee. Six feet apart of course. Maybe your plan for your yard meet up will work.

crafty cat corner said...

Was saying to Tom today that what you did by keep going to the prom during lockdown was the sensible thing to do. I bet there will be many people who have rigidly stuck to 'the rules 'and will find that their fitness has deserted them, well done. You have a mind of your own unlike most. By the way, I never find your posts boring.
Briony
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Lynn Marie said...

I want to know if you went to the prom and what you saw and what the weather was like and if you walked or stayed in the car. Because it's always the same in a comforting way and it's always different in an interesting way.

Just like I always want to hear what Weaver of Grass made herself for lunch, and hopefully what she and her friends will be able to order the next time they can go out together.

And I hope and look forward to hearing about your visit from your family too.
All the best.

Lynda said...

I met up with a few friends who I haven’t been with since March. We took lawn chairs, sat in a park with masks, well apart, chatted and worked in our hooked( rag) rugs..it was a wonderful change...

Ellen D. said...

I love your posts. I look forward every day to our trip to the Prom to see the birds and the boats! I can see nothing like that where I live and do enjoy your visits! Thank you!

Sue in Suffolk said...

I'd rather have pictures of the prom, the sea and the birds than photos of what someone had for dinner!!
I know you'll ignore Anon and carry on prom-ing. Blinkin' windy here yesterday - you would have been blown over

Tigger said...

Keep posting the Prom. We love your daily dose of open space, big sky, clean sand, fresh coloured fishing boats and all those sea birds (and tiny surfers).

That sign is fabulous too - send us more pics of those because we might adopt some of them here.

mamasmercantile said...

I am looking forward to visiting the family and meeting up with friends again too.

Karla said...

The anonymous trolls - a blight on humanity. I love your blog and pics of the Prom. Carry on, and use that delete button with a flourish! Sending good vibes from Illinois!

Christine Hancock said...

Please carry on with your Prom pics and writings I love them and isn't that sign great, no poop fairy! LOL

The Furry Gnome said...

Your blog is never boring! I for one love the prom and the gulls.

Maria said...

I love your photos! Thank you for posting them most of thr days. I already recognize some of your places when I see photos of my beloved Scotland. Carry on.

Carolina (Portugal)

Rosie said...

You are never boring. I love your pictures. I live as far from the sea as it's possible in England and would love to live by the sea and it's ever changing moods that you capture so beautifully. Thank you.

Beacee said...

I love your daily visits to the prom - the daily changes and seasonal changes - and the birds, yes the birds. Don't change anything about your blog, please.
Hugs x

Bovey Belle said...

I enjoy the ever-changing scenes at the Prom too so ignore that troll.

You have different signs, here we have had a parade of lovely scarecrows in Abergwili, and a friend near Ross-on-Wye reported some around there too. Any up your way?