Thursday, 4 February 2021

Still windy.

Another trip to the Prom where I remained in the car.  The DP took some photos for me.




 Oystercatchers.  Gulls.  A Redshank.




Three I took.  Almost empty car park.  My view of the sea.

We came home.  The Postie had been.  At last - 2 blue envelopes.  We have a date for our jabs.


11 comments:

wherethejourneytakesme2 said...

The third picture down is so cute. Blue envelopes - is that what the letter comes in - I wasn't aware of that!

Marjorie said...

Love all the photos. Good news about your jabs. Hope it is soon. Hugs and continued healing wishes for you.

Susan Heather said...

Sorry to hear you are getting over another chest Infection but good that you are improving. Love the photos as always.

Laurie said...

That’s great news! We won’t get ours til September! I’m glad you got out,, change of scenery,, take care,

Jackie said...

Yes!!! I am happy that you are going to get your "jabs".

God bless.

Bovey Belle said...

Glad to hear that you have the date for your jabs. I am waiting patiently to hear about mine, but now I have found my Shielding letter from the Welsh Govt. I can apparently put my name on the reserve list for short-call appointments (if someone else can't take up their appt.)

Sorry that it was still too windy to get out for your walk but at least you could sit there and have a blast of sea air through the window!

crafty cat corner said...

Probably safest for you to get completely well before you go walkies but so pleased that you are getting there, you are often on my mind.
Briony
x

Mary said...

Happy to hear your jabs are soon to occur. That will take a bit of weight off your mind.

vic said...

It's good you feel well enough to get out for some sea air.

Congratulations on the jabs coming up. I get mine today. It's one of the two does ones so only partial protection for a while but better than none.

mamasmercantile said...

So glad that you are getting the vaccine. Gerard had his this morning, a great relief.

Ruta M. said...

Good news about your jab. We'd seen on FB that all the over 80's and care home residents in our village had been done. (We're on the Welsh coast.) Our GP had been seen driving out to those who couldn't make it to the surgery. My OH got a phone call yesterday offering him an appointment today which he gladly accepted. He was only gone for half an hour and that included popping into the shop to buy some local sausages.