Polite way of saying it has been persistently raining. All day.
I managed to get up washed and dressed and we headed off for the flu jab. Here we have schools closed for 2 weeks. Historically it is the tattie fortnight when the kids went into the fields and picked potatoes.
Instead of being summoned to the surgery the whole area has appointments at the local secondary school. It was well organised. Met at the door and questioned as to current health. Masks worn by all. Hands sanitised. Then taken into the hall seated and jabbed.
I was told I could take off the mask so long as I socially distanced. They could see I was about to pass out.
Once jabbed I was led off by another person who took me to another area and sat me down and told me to remove my mask.
All the staff were so kind and aware of my discomfort.
Exit was through a different door. But for me I needed the ramp so was escorted out the way I had come in. Brilliant. I could have wept at how considerate they were to me - and others who had a problem. Our NHS really is wonderful.
Later we went to the Prom. I had the waterproof trousers on and took a deep breath and got out of the car.
The DP getting wet.
A short walk. Dripping wet!
Wet birds. Oystercatcher in the background.
Better weather forecast for tomorrow. I do hope so. Our friends well is now full.
I have had a skype a day for the last three days and seen daughters, partners and grand kids. Cheered me so much.
Not heard of changes in Scotland yet. England oh dear. Will it never end.
Trying hard to be positive. Thanks to all my lovely blogging friends. You keep me going.
Could do without the nasty trolls - I have one with a name now Kirrie. Her blog is one of those you cannot see - I wonder why. But she is nasty. Feel sorry for her. Poor woman.