Yesterday, I ended my short annual period of online absence. You should try it: if you’re old enough, it will remind you what life was like before we were all enslaved by the social pressure of constant availability. If you’re too young to know such freedom, you’ll learn it’s possible to go through a day without being at the constant beck and call of your mobile phone. You never know, you might even talk with someone face to face; wouldn’t that be fun?
Yesterday, it also rained here, which meant we were unable to wander our forest until dusk. I was able to capture some of that end of the day light with my phone, so I present a shot from the final few yards before we reached home.
While I was offline, I also took a break from the UK madness of Boris Johnson and his team of incompetents and visited the Greek island of Kos. There’ll be a short series of posts on here to share that trip with you. Hopefully, the first instalment will appear tomorrow.
If you’re visiting here, please be generous to those who can’t escape their own four walls at present, and share this widely with them on social media, so they can enjoy it. Thank you.