Friday, 5 February 2021

Friday.

Carer in the morning so am clean all over.  

Remember the wreck, the Sovereign?  Well the strong winds of late have caused some more bits of it to break up.





Before and now.

The Prom visit today was again me sitting in the car.





As there are always dogs being walked I decided to take some photos of them.






Just for a change.

Countdown to jab day 5 days.



 

11 comments:

wherethejourneytakesme2 said...

There is a wreck like this in the harbour in the village where our cottage is in Scotland. There are lots of new puppies around here now all being dragged out for a walk in the snow!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Hope the jab goes well. I had mine a month ago and no after effects

Jackie said...

Such a change in the wreck. Love the dog pictures.

I am so sorry that you are still unable to get out of the car and have a bit of a walk on the prom.

God bless.

Tom Stephenson said...

Wrecks are so sad. Sunken wrecks are more exciting the older they get. Beware Congas - DA DA DA DA DA DA-DA, DA DA DA DA DA DA-DA, DAH DAH DAH DAH, DAH DAH, DAH! etc.

busybusybeejay said...

Hope you feel the sense of relief when you have had the jab.Can’t believe you have not been prioritised.

Marjorie said...

Thanks. I am landlocked and miss the ocean/sea so much. I love your daily pix there and hope you can start walking there soon. Great news the jab is so close now. Hugs.

Laurie said...

👍👍👍❤️

Fifitr said...

So glad you're feeling better and loving the dog photos. For some reason I have a vision of you and the DP roped together, slanted into the wind, battling your way up the prom like a pair of mountain climbers!

Ellen D. said...

Glad you are out and about - your infection must be better. Hurrah for the jab!

Jean said...

Sorry you couldn't get out to walk but glad you could see the see. It's difficult walking here as everywhere is so wet and muddy. I'm so looking forward to being by the sea again. We had our jabs last week and apart from a sore itchy arm I am fine.

mamasmercantile said...

Sorry you weren't able to get out of the car but hopefully you were able to breathe in the sea air.