Well I am back from holiday now, and have been brought down in a lump as I have now to deal with emails and meetings over the next three weeks.
When I look at all the posts and agendas I start to panic as I have forgotten many of the abbreviations that are used to reduce the need of repeating on certain subjects. This drives me mad and makes me feel I want to go back to the silence of thirty miles from frantic life choices.
On Thursday we had went back to the Island of Iona where St Cuthbert set up an Abbey and we were given a fantastic display by a Pod of Dolphins, twelve of then. From the ferry so that was fantastic experience. We also saw properties for sale and that unsettled me as we nearly moved up into the wilds before we moved here.
On the ferry returning from Mull we were again given a display from another Pod of Porpoise and that was a nice way to finish our break. As we had not seen much wildlife when we were travelling around the Small Isles the week before. That was sad.
Pax is a little confused when we arrived home and He just sat in the Conservatory for most of day on our return. We had to eventually had to drag him out at bedtime. Although now He is back to normal, as we have now been able to remove His collar once more as everyone around here knows who He belongs to
Our fruit garden has gone mad and Hazel was picking fruit yesterday so now she is wondering if she will be making jam as we are getting a second crop of soft fruits.
Have also to make an appointment for talking therapy as my condition had been bad before I went away caused by the severe pain I suffer from so like most on these pages I suffer from periods of remission and stress. It has taken them eight weeks to offer an appointment and the problem is I am feeling quiet calm at this time, I need to consider if I will have further flairs during the winter months as this is normal for me. So I wonder what I should do ?.
So all good things come to an end, back to normal, I feel life should be one big holiday where we can just sit and enjoy watching the world go by.