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Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Some light relief in Suffolk

My first and, possibly, last break with carers' group. I loved it but I think funding is going to be tighter than a duck's you know what in future.

From tap dancing to karoake, to magical mystery tours to the broads with some hopi ear candle massage and a couple of swims thrown in for good measure, it was a full and really enjoyable weekend. The piece de resistance being, sharing chalet with my mate Hayley, the friendliness of other carers I met and then meeting up with 2 other good friends (who travelled to meet up with me) on Sunday. Not forgetting the natives...squirrels, ducks and other types of birdies. I was told there were otters in the lake (on the grounds of the leisure park) but, sadly, didn't get to see them.

Now it is back to reality and I am very tired (everything seems to be coming back in at me). Had plan to visit a respite place today but am wobbling all over the place..so staying put, sedated and resting as much as I can.

Have some happy memories to carry me through today :>)




























4 comments:

  1. Manders,

    Glad you were able to chill out over the weekend in Norfolk , the sea and countryside are great for bit of necessary escapism and relaxation when the stresses are piling up and that part of the country , the east coast, broads and fens , is really laid back and welcoming . Pics are great too, love contrast of last two - that squirrel having his cake and you eating it. Cute;-)

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  2. .....oops just had the 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Lowerstoft' on the blower pointing out that this veritable East Anglian Venice is actually in Suffolk not Norfolk.

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  3. Cheers Norm

    It was pretty mellow...although there were so many things I could do, I started to get a bit busy at one point and had to take a step back and slow down.

    Feeling really shite now I am back...to reality. Me, myself and my neurosis.

    Trying to get act together to walk to town. So far...act refusing to play fairly.

    :>)

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