Thanks to those of you who 'de-lurked' to tell me a bit about yourselves. I've made sure I'm following you all and look forward to getting to know you.
I haven't taken any exciting photos this week, I'm afraid - I didn't really go anywhere exciting.
|Air plane trails.|
|Peeks of my tattoos.|
|This fella was in the gardens of a nearby cancer centre.|
|I was amazed by the size of this wall.|
|This mini bridge or arch looks pretty cool.|
|Face mask time.|
|I has an ill.|
|This evening's reading is sorted.|
|Tonight's lovely sunset.|
|The sea today was like a pond.|
This week we bought a daylight simulation bulb for one of the lamps in the living room as sunshine has almost become a thing of the past in our English autumn. It's bloody brilliant! It makes such a difference, so much so we've just bought two more. We bought it from this seller. Daylight bulbs are great for crafts, photography and people with S.A.D. I know it'll make such a difference to my blog photos. I won't have to do a week's worth of posts in one go whenever the sun appears now. I can take photos whenever I like! This makes me very happy, blog-obsessed twit that I am! :)
I properly succumbed to a cold yesterday. I'd started to feel a bit off last Saturday. The feeling of being slightly under par came and went until yesterday, when the full-on snot monster emerged. In the period where I was feeling unwell on and off hubby had a full-blown cold, so we had to cancel our planned trip to Manchester this weekend. He's feeling much better now, and I'm feeling pretty rubbish. Even though I'd known my cold was coming for a week, I'd hoped it wouldn't fully come out, but it did. Hey ho. *Hopefully* it'll be my only cold for the rest of the year.
I hope you've had a great weekend!
Have you ever tried daylight simulation bulbs, or do you live somewhere with no shortage of sunshine? (Go on, make me jealous!)
Thanks for reading.