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The new normal.

The first frost and the day this occurs our heater in the van packed up. This meant we struggled to see and had to navigate our way to the grandkids almost by touch. The upside was that it was a clear sunny day. And obviously seeing the kids again. Took them to school and picked them up also visited the other two. So good to be back and with them again. We went out with Sienna and Charlie for a meal and a very pleasant evening it was too. Charile is now a very handsome insightful young man who seems to have overcome his lockdown anxiety and is flourishing. Out of all of them he has changed the most and so positively it makes one’s heart want to burst with pride. At one stage we were so worried about him! We took a load of stuff over to Rae’s mum’s house for storage and are gradually getting on top of practicalities such as registering for GPs booking covid boosters and blood donations. Tomorrow we are on the school run again and odd jobbing.

It’s been only 3 weeks since we were released from the campsite. We have traveled a thousand miles across land and ocean , through 3 countries and now we are home. It’s great to be home and at this stage the thought of leaving again is hard to contemplate.

Great sunsets happen at home too🌈😎.

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