Thursday, 23 April 2015
April 2015 // Day 106 - 112
A lone Tulip amoung the Marigolds. A little like Alice in Wonderland, the weed amoung all the flowers.
So nice to get to see my Nana today but even nicer to have her out and about and getting to see her loving to catch up with people she hadn't seen in a long time. We enjoyed a nice lunch together in town and a lovely walk to and from town in the sunshine!
I'm currently nearing the end of my millionth time of re-reading the Harry Potter series, which yes, I do read on a loop. I thought it time I read something different so after asking around and hunting in Amazon's second hand book shops I ordered some newbies. The Cuckoo's Calling was actually only 1p!!! But of course there was shipping - catch! And the Bird book & Labyrinth I picked up in town from a second hand book place too, £2.00 a piece. Yay for pre-loved books!
I went up to Mam and Dads with Baker today but after a lovely dinner couldn't quite finish my cake. Mam wrapped it up and when I got home and took it out my bag to finish off I found a sneaky fiver for my bus fare <3
Impromptu beach day!!! With Jake being on night shift this week Baker and I are alone most of the time and obviously have to be quite when he's in bed, so we popped out for a walk in the lovely weather.
I wasn't sure where we were headed because of it being good weather and lots of people being out enjoying it, but thankfully the beach was practically deserted. This dog of mine adores the beach SO much and it was awesome that the water is apparently now warm enough for him to properly swim again.
Back to Mam and Dads today again to make the most of the sun (our back garden doesn't get much sun and the front has too many people passing) and catch up with Dad. I read some Potter and didn't even need a coat/hoodie/cardigan!!
Back to the beach again but a different one today and accompanied by Dad. Baker did A LOT of swimming, along with his gigantic stick - he always wants the biggest, heaviest one! I loved these little birdy footprints in the sand but someone had ruined them with their big clumpy feet. A little symbolic don't you think of mans impact on wildlife?