Project 365 2021: Week Four

Silly String

Everyday feels like groundhog day now. The weather is rubbish, we are stuck indoors, home schooling is a real struggle and we have nothing to look forward to, now that lockdown has been extended until at least 8th March. This week Kian took himself off on a bike ride, but we got a phone call after a couple of hours to say he had a puncture, so my husband had to go and rescue him. Normally we get a local… Continue Reading “Project 365 2021: Week Four”

Project 365 2021: Week Three


My husband is enjoying his new job, but his hours have changed already. Because of the COVID situation the store has split itself into two bubbles, which means he is day in, then day off, day in, day off etc. It does mean a shorter working week day side, but he still does the same hours, so is working longer days. Other than that, there is no real change to our situation at the moment. Here is our week: Sunday… Continue Reading “Project 365 2021: Week Three”

Project 365 2021: Week Two

Rainbow Sang

I began the week self-isolating as my app pinged me. Thankfully it’s only for 4 days, which means I must have been in contact with someone with it around New Year’s Day. I know quite a few people are off with COVID or are also self isolating and numbers are escalating around us and fast. Our numbers had been so low throughout 2020 that I had not been too worried about it, but now it’s getting too close to home.… Continue Reading “Project 365 2021: Week Two”

Project 365 2021: Week One

Throop Mill

Welcome to the first week of Project 365 2020. I used to do Project 365 for the first few years I started blogging and then life got in the way. I re-started in March 2020 to keep a diary of lockdown and have vowed to carry on as it is such a good way of keeping a weekly diary about everything that is happening. 2021 has not started in the way we had hoped, with an ever escalating rise in… Continue Reading “Project 365 2021: Week One”

Looking back at 2020

Hot chocolate

At the beginning of 2020 we were full of optimism for the new year ahead, as we finished 2019 on a high with a visit to Iceland, a place that has been at the top of our bucket list for years. Little did we know that 2020 was going to change everything. January The year started off with storm after storm and although we weren’t affected badly, we found it frustrating not being able to get out and about as… Continue Reading “Looking back at 2020”