I started Monday still on holiday, which is the best way to start the week!
Ma and I got up and took a walk around the harbour before breakfast, it was a grey and windy morning.The plan was Alnwick for the rest of the food shopping and Barter Books. At Ma’s very sensible suggestion, I had saved my bag of books that usually go to the charity shop to take for barter. I was hoping for a couple of pounds so was really happy when they offered me £20 in store credit..I wondered around and chose some books and I still have credit for next time! I love Barter Books, it’s full of books, has a tea room and proper fires…By the time we got back from Alnwick, the weather had improved and the sun was shining, though still really windy, time for another walk!We tried to alternate driving with non-driving days so on Tuesday we decided to go into Newcastle on the bus. The weather was the worst with ‘wintry mix’ a combination of rain, sleet, hail and snow.But it was changeable, it cleared up and then rained again… We headed to the Baltic, I love that place. The Omer Fast exhibit was really thought provoking.. On Wednesday, we headed into Ashington to the Woodhorn Museum
Thursday morning dawned bright and sunny so we headed off early to Craster for a walk to Dunstanburgh Castle!
On Sunday morning, I woke up and defrosted the freezer and that done, I went off to view the allotment plot, I’d been offered. I’ve completely lucked out, the person who had it before me, has cut back to a half plot and I’m going to inherit the other half. This means that it’s not overgrown and there is already a victoria plum tree, rhubarb, raspberries and a gooseberry bush on the plot.The rest of Sunday was busy, a quick trip to the library, a visit to the grandparents (sort of!)And I finally got to meet baby Noah!He’s lovely and Ryan and Claire are doing well, though completely shattered!
That was my week, next week it’s back to work so there’ll be much less to tell!