A photo a day, every day, for a year! This is my post for the year 2021 Week 2. It’s our second week of juggling work and homeschooling. I’m exhausted and looking forward to a quiet weekend.
Project 365 – 2021 Week 2
Darren works every other Saturday. This was his Saturday off. To give me some time by myself he took the children for a walk to feed the ducks. He was out with them for an hour. I felt a little lost by the time the hour was up but I used my time to do my Ring Fit Adventure exercise.
Ethan was desperate to see the sea. When I say desperate he was asking to see the sea every few seconds. If I didn’t answer when we were going a full-blown meltdown was imminent. With all the news about what is local exercise I felt like driving to Clacton-on-Sea might be seen as too far. In the last lockdown, people with disabilities were exempt if driving to a favourite place was good for their health. Or words to that effect. With distance in mind, we felt Brightlingsea was a closer place for Ethan to see the sea. Thankfully the trip satisfied his need.
Another non-work day for Darren. He took the children for another walk this time they saw the swans in the boating lake.
I was able to complete my Harry Potter puzzle today. The dark sections were quite tricky. I needed to complete it in natural light as I couldn’t clearly see the pieces in the artificial light.
My brother celebrated his birthday this week. I found this card on Moonpig for him. It did make me giggle. Who would have thought this time last year I would have known who Chris Whitty is let alone pick a birthday card with his image on it.
With juggling work and homeschooling I have been struggling to fit in my Ring Fit Adventure time. This morning I tried a new routine fitting in my game time at 8 am.
With all the Covid 19 news I find it hard to settle so I started a new puzzle this week. I have been looking for a Tangled puzzle and I spotted this one on Shop Disney. It was sold out in a day but I think they got some more stock.
That was our 2021 Week 2 adventure. You can read about our week 1 here.