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Light At The End Of The Tunnel

At last work is slowing down...

We have 3 days off this week - which is fantastic!
This morning we slept in without setting the alarm - Woohoo!!!

In two weeks time, we are going back up to Stoke for a few days & then in just over 4 weeks - we'll be going on holiday.

Two whole weeks in Wales...

We're going to be renting a caravan on a farm at the foot of Mount Snowdon.

Photograph From Here

We used to go to Wales a lot many years ago.
When Sal & Rose were 5 & 3 - we walked up & down Snowdon...
It was an amazing, uplifting experience & the girls were fantastic walkers back then.
Everyone we met on that journey - stopped to say how impressed they were with our little girls!
Even when we managed to stray from the path & ended up climbing over a large crevice with a drop of probably thousands of feet - they remained calm & continued climbing with ease...
Unlike me - I went into panic mode as soon as Sime said don't look down!
I froze, cried & was convinced we were all going to fall to our deaths...
We didn't, of course & arriving at the top was wonderful - we climbed through the fog & there was this beautiful sunshine & blue skies & it was October.

So we're looking forward to reading lots of books, walking in forests, chilling out, eating good food & trying to beat Hugo at Scrabble!

We can't wait!!!

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Anonymous said…
You are going to enjoy our holiday and I can't think of anyone who deserves it more.
Kath said…
Sounds idyllic. Have a lovely relaxing break!

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