Hi everyone! I wrote half of my post yesterday but the internet failed and I couldn't save it so here I go again!
At least it gave me time to make a tag for Tag Tuesday - Black, White and one other colour - Valerie' choice..and I've got in early this time.I used some packaging from some breadsticks we have just finished and an Aall and Create die cut and image by Janet Klein.
We have both had our Covid jabs. Mine was last Thursday and then on Friday hubby received his invitation so he has been this morning. If only we had known that they would be so close together I wouldn't have made my appointment...but we did get out both days!!
The centre was well organised, two blocks of waiting areas and recovery areas and there were little booths to sit in while the jab was administered.
As for after effects, I had pain in my arm at the site of the jab and above and below it for about 24 hours. I took a couple of paracetomol before bedtime and slept quite well! Hubby seems to have got a cold from somewhere but they said it was OK to have the jab, at the moment he is sneezing more than he is concerned about his arm, which he says is not very painful.
On Thursday we took a flask and some biscuits with us and went to find a pleasant view...which was in a little carpark near a walk we would like to take some time.
I am joining Bleubeard and Elizabeth for T Stands For Tuesday over at The Altered Book Lover blogWe didn't get out of the car as there were quite a few folk around.
We also took little walk in the afternoon as I needed to send off my Crafty Individual samples. We walked back through the back roads to the river.It was sunny and quite warm and the birds were singing everywhere.Is someone ready for Valentines day?
It was lovely to see this crocus in bloom by a wall
We were quite shocked to see that the river had risen this far - the trees on the island had debris from the river almost up the the tips of the branchesIt was still quite highThe play park was very busy!
Today after hubby had his jab we went back to the little car park - it was much earlier..and quieter..so we had a little wander up the path and back. It has turned really cold (although I sure some of you would disagree)1 degree centigrade!
I spotted these decaying branches - aren't they beautiful?This was next to where we parked last time.We definitely want to walk here when it's safe to do so.
So after all this excitement it's coffee time!
Thanks for looking, Chris