It’s been a busy few weeks since we had our little trip to Yorkshire just after the Easter weekend. I still have lots to write about our stay in Bridlington – blog post imminent.
Rory has now returned to Exeter after a wonderful few weeks at home. He is now starting his end of year exams and then we’re not entirely sure when he will return for the summer – begs the question what on earth the third term at university is for? I can’t remember whether that was the same when I was studying – but then, that was in the Dark Ages…
Probably the best way to tell you what else I’ve been up to is to share my newspaper column pieces with you – here are the latest ones you might like to take a look at.
Small reminders of happy times
Find out about the five-legged glass bull and Granny smuggling alcohol though customs…
Limbering up for a musical night
Latest news from rehearsals for our next SADOS show and how I am at the age when choreography and words don’t seem to stick!
Photo from Julian at Welland Photo Services.
Spotting birds and bikes in Yorkshire
A little taster of what we got up to in Bridlington: birds on Bempton Cliffs and bikes in preparation for the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race.
Joining in World Book Night
Enjoying a glass of wine and a free book on World Book Night – at our local independent bookshop, Bookmark in Spalding.