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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – SUNNY
I think any word would improve on last weeks pain. This week has been really sunny and it’s cheered me up a lot. I wasn’t well over the weekend but my Brother and Sister-in-law popped by with some lovely Sunflowers which are really lovely and still going strong. If I’m honest I’ve never been a huge fan of sunflowers but I feel differently now because they really do bring the sunshine into your home.
The weather has been nice too, we’ve had so much sun I’ve managed to dry a lot of washing. After last week when I was ill there was a lot of catching up to do and I managed to do most of it. but with a family of seven the washing is never ending so I’m grateful for sunny days.
The kids have settled well into school and are mostly enjoying it. The two younger ones want to walk home and I think we will be giving them the chance while the weather is nice and it’s still light. It’s not a bad walk, the primary school the girls went to is just across the road and we often used to walk to school. In fact, when they first started there we had no car so there was no option. On Sunny or dry days we would walk home along the canal. The kids could do that now because it would mean they wouldn’t have to cross any dangerous roads on the way home, but there have been some nasty incidents along the canal in the recent years and I think the roads are a safer option.
I know this sunny weather won’t last, but it’s nice to catch a little bit of sun before it starts getting cold. I’m soaking up every last drop. (I even managed half hour sitting outside the hospital last week in the sun.)
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week?