Me on Monday - 27 September 2021

It's been a while since my last "Me on a Monday".  Mainly because work has been so hectic, the last thing I've wanted to do is look at another screen when I get home.  I'm OK with popping in and out of blogging at the moment.  I don't  have to post every Monday with what I've been up to and that's OK.  The Thursday posts were written in the summer holidays and were meant to be the second post of the week, but it hasn't turned out that way.

In a nutshell this is what has happened in the last few weeks.............

Work has been hectic!

There was flooding locally, and where we live, made it onto the news, with the most rainfall in a single day.  Thankfully it only lasted one afternoon and not too many homes were damaged.

Hubby and I took a trip to Liverpool for the first time in 18 months.  I have to say, we haven't missed much.  Apart from a few more stores closing down, not much has changed.  No need to rush back!!

We have booked a short break to York for November.  One, so we can see our grandson and two, so we can celebrate our eldest's birthday.

Our grandson started school and seems to be loving it.

I have started my first Christmas blanket using the pattern from Attic24.  I'm loving the Christmassy colours.

We have been watching Vigil on TV.  Which is the best programme of the week.  Closely followed by All Creatures Great & Small.  Got to have our weekly dose of Yorkshire.

This weekend I turned 55 and celebrated by going to the hairdressers to get the grey covered and going out for a meal with friends.  Low key, no fuss.  Just how I like it. 

And that's all for now.



  1. Happy belated birthday Liz, I do hope it was all that it should be in celebrating you. How lovely that you have booked a trip to York to visit with family. Let's hope that things at work calm in to a routine soon.

    1. We're so looking forward to going to York. It's been too long since we were last there.

  2. Belated birthday wishes! I bet you are already counting the days to your visit to family in York. I watched Vigil too, I wasn't sure if it would be my kind of programme but ended up really enjoying it (even if the end of the penultimate episode had me hyperventilating with claustrophobia!

  3. Glad you like Vigil (despite the claustrophobia). We're now looking forward to watching Angela Black which starts tonight.


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