It’s respite day again. I cannot help but enjoy it.
We had a little glitch earlier this week when we thought we had to be in so many places this evening. Take 13 to respite, pick up Hub’s mother and niece from the train station on their return from the trip to Scotland for the funeral of MiL’s brother AND get in to town for the time we booked our meal. 22 booked the table one night and cancelled it the next.
Thankfully the respite providers are able to collect 13 from school this afternoon so that leaves just the trip to the station which is early enough to go out later.
It’s awful to be thinking so much about getting some time out, I know this. I know so many get no respite at all in their care for severely disabled children, partners, parents. We really do appreciate the break, that relief that says, she loves going there, she is well looked after and happy, we can sit back and relax a little.
In other news, it was actually dry on my walk to work yesterday and due to a slightly later start I had a little time to use the big girl camera. Mostly I am happy with how they turned out, although I think I shall have to admit landscape or street photography does not seem to be my thing. Don’t start with comments how none of it is my thing, it keeps me happy.
I have linked some of them to the 52 Photos Project hosted by Bella Cirovic.
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