Well, what to say. It’s been a strange start to the year hasn’t it? Ironically, March is the first month this year when I’ve not been ill! Just the usual seasonal bugs brought home from my daughter’s school, but they’ve given me a strong desire not to get ill again. Not that I’ll have a choice in it.
At the moment life doesn’t feel too dramatically different for me. I work from home anyway, and I am still able to walk the dog, go to my local shops (albeit in a strange new world of shouting my order across a blocked doorway) and drop parcels at the Post Office. But I am staying at home a lot more than normal and am very conscious of keeping my distance when out with the dog. Though I do like to shout a hello or talk to people from 2 metres away, it helps to make the whole situation feel less alien. The strangest thing so far is having my husband at home every day!
I’ve been a bit slow to keep up with the Olympics this time round, there just aren’t enough hours in the day. However I’m now catching up and I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the Paralympics this week. As a result I accidentally stumbled across something that made me genuinely really happy – the medals have been made with sustainability in mind! Continue reading “Sustainable Olympics”→
A very quick post to announce that I am planning to stay on maternity leave until May 2015 rather than returning to my bench in March as originally planned. My little whirlwind needs to be letting us all have a bit more sleep before I can go back to playing with hammers and fire! Continue reading “Maternity Leave Update…”→