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Second Wind

We have finished work for a few days & after another gruelling couple of days, we are out the other side...

Think I need to put Sime to bed!

We're looking forward to a lie-in tomorrow - if only the holidaymakers would keep quiet on their way down to the beach at the crack of dawn...

It's that time of year when our hamlet swells from 30 to about 1000 at the campsite & hostel, so it's like living in a city all of a sudden!

Hope you are all having a good weekend.

Kay & Sime 
xx

Comments

Pattypan said…
Hugs to you both take it easy over the next few days and get some serious "me" time the pair of you. Chill

Take care

Pattypan

x
Kath said…
Sime,, did your Mum ever tell you, if the wind blows, you'll get stuck like that? x
frugal freesia said…
What a beautiful area you live in. I spent some months down that way years ago and fell in the with the place and have always hoped I'd end up living there one day but it hasn't happened yet.
Hi Kath,

My Mum didn't say that, but my Grandmother told me that if I picked my nose it would turn into a pig's foot! I stayed on my best behaviour for a long time after that.............

Sime x
Hi,

Thanks for your comment. We moved to Cornwall from the north of England & it's one of the best things we have done - if we can do it anyone can, just got to put your mind to it!
Thanks Pattypan - we've not long been out of bed (1pm), so we're starting off as we mean to go on!
Anonymous said…
Sime - you are too funny.
Kay - how do you put up with him?
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Kath said…
well I have never heard that before, I better watch out!!

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