This weekend I decided that I needed some place and quiet again so after a visit to my cousin after work on friday I got in the car and drowe in to our summer-house. The sun was shining and I had a lovely evening.
Saturday brought quite a bit of rain, but I still managed to get out to pick some blueberries. The rain was comming down in large quantities, but I still managed to do the much needed chillin.
Sunday brougt a litle more rain in the morning and then I headed home to have an enjoyable evening with friends and catching up on blogg reading. Engaged in the wonderful event that is #sundayblogshare at big up your blog.
Tomorrow is my last day at work before I take a two week holiday. I don’t have much planned, but if the weather is nice I will spend most of the time at our summer house. I’m looking forward to spending some time there and I really look forward to having a break. Even if I enjoy my job I must admit that it’s going to be nice to get a two week break from it. And I will hopefully come back more refreshed and ready to start my tasks again.
Last year the weather was not the best, but this year I’m hoping the nice weather we’ve been getting will last all summer. At the very least untill my holidays are over. But if it’s not that nice at least I saved a week for going to Crete in September.
Waiting for the ferry, looking at the fjord.
A while ago I was going to our summer-house to rest and enjoy the very good weather. But sadly an illness stopped me. Earlier this week I got to go in for a little while and even if the weather was not very good it was a peaceful relaxing break.
Not the best weather, but we enjoyed
The cabin trip contained eating nice food, reading and going for walks when the rain didn’t pour down. Very good for the body and mind.
Brook was quite active as the rain had done its magic
It didn’t rain all the time we were there. Most of the time it was overcast, and there wasn’t much wind. Despite this I decided against going out fishing. I’ll have to go back and do that later.
The time to return to the city came all to quickly, as these things often do. I was sad to have to leave, but I came home with my batteries a little bit more charged.
Waiting for ferry going home.