Holiday at the Summer-house

We arrived home from the road trip, that I will continue to share in the next days, on a Sunday afternoon. The rest of that day was devoted to washing cloths and unpacking. I also had to re-pack my bags because I had one more week of vacation before I had to go back to work.

Monday morning I dropped my other half off at his office for a meeting and then headed off to our summer-house. The sun was shining and it was a lovely day that I spent outside, for the most part. Both Tuesday and Wednesday came with wonderful weather. I have relaxed, read books, enjoyed lovely sunshine, had good food and gone for long walks. I really enjoy spending time there on my own. It has been quiet and relaxing and I feel serene surroundings and the sunshine has properly re-charged my batteries.

Thursday came with rain, and quite a bit of it. So I had a day where I spent some time drinking coffee, tea and working on my blog posts. I also got to read some good posts on your blogs, read in my book and when the rain took a break I chopped some wood.

Friday it was time to pack up and go back home. The whole weekend is dedicated to band with rehearsals Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday. There was supposed to be a social gathering with about 10 of us this evening, but one of the kids in the house we were going to got a tummy bug and no one else had a house large enough to manage the social distancing so I am spending the evening on my sofa.

Hope your weekend is going well and that you are all safe!

18 thoughts on “Holiday at the Summer-house

  1. Late summer is still a special time. Like summer, but with a cool edge. You can feel the fall coming. Glad you got to spend more time at the summer house. Stay well. Allan

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