3 March 2019
Good week, bad week. Rather like the good cop, bad cop interrogation methods sometimes employed against hardened criminals, this week’s weather was similar – good (bordering on great) weather for the first part of the week (records were broken!); a reversion to normalcy from Thursday onwards with the usual cooler temperatures, rain and gale force winds.
The grand weather drew us out on Saturday last week – we headed down the road to the Evenley Wood Gardens for a wander around. Adam and Jessica joined Penny and me and it was absolutely lovely – I’m not sure why we’ve not been here before, apart from never having heard of it, I guess.
The snow drops were out in abundance as were some of the daffodils – the rest were bulgingly ready to burst.
Big news – Adam starts a new job tomorrow. He will be working in Wellingborough doing some computer coding for a company which builds and maintains web sites. He had a couple of opportunities to choose from and he eventually settled on this one as it gives him a bit more flexibility to work around Ava’s working and Jessica’s nursery commitments. It’s a busy life!
Wellingborough is a fair old commute so he also is the owner of a “new” car which will get him there and back on a regular basis. My goodness they’ve come a long way – new country, driving license, new car, new job, etc. We’re very proud of him!
The building, surprisingly, continues! What are the chances of that? This week we have footings and a concrete slab as well as a gargantuan hole in the ground as a soakaway for the rainwater.
Brexit – Penny shared this on Brexit by a chap called Dave Brown.
Love to you all,