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We've spent the last few weeks in a bit of a whirlwind.
Catching up with the kidlets & friends, celebrating Sime's birthday, caring for Bebe, working, working & working... Late nights & early mornings, but with lots of fun sandwiched in between!

Last week, we managed to get 2 days out walking, which was fantastic in such beautiful weather & on Friday, it was so hot - we even went for a swim down at our beach, well Hemmick that is!
Cleaning in such heat is not easy, especially when folks don't like windows & doors open, but we've got through it & the heat has died down a bit for now...

We're off to France again at the weekend, Bebe's going into respite & we are feeling the need to escape... Just a cheap 24 hour deal, but we're really looking forward to it.

Here's where we picnicked last week...
 Just a few miles down the road - on The Roseland.
Sime being Sime & not realising he's taking a video, a bit silly as usual!



We have been loving the weather & eating in the garden or picnicking whenever we get the opportunity, which is another reason for us not posting... Too nice to be indoors!

Bye for now,

Kay & Sime
xx

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