Mandatory cocooning again
One week after Storm Caria kept us all inside, we were home again on Sunday for Storm Dennis. I had already spent most of Saturday at home on some administration backlog.
On Saturday night we had a fun outing to a party from the school's parents association. A mini party with not too many people attending but I had truly fun dancing for a few hours.
So despite the storm I was tired in the morning and I felt the need to ensure I got some movement and fresh air to wake up and re-energise. I could only convince Beertje to join me for a trip to the Sunday market. It was warm and as a result the wind felt like a fun challenge.
|Beertje has a gift finding " Canada leaves" everywhere and collects them to give to his teacher|
In the afternoon there was time for comfort food, games, dressing up and cleaning up some clothes cupboards (getting rid of a big pile old too small or stained T-shirts).
|I caught Kabouter reading a book to his brother.|
Outside storm Dennis had blown a mobile road sign against my car yet again. Unlike a year before it didn't leave a scratch, saving me the admin of a police declaration and the car repair. A big branch of the few remaining old big trees in the neighbourhood also cracked down and hit the road , fortunately without damage to driving cars as far as I could see;