And another week has gone by. Well what can I say about it. Of course nothing special is happening here. You have nowhere to go and no one is allowed to visit each other, yes one person a day. And yet the weeks fly by. It’s February already, unbelievable. On the one hand, very nice, because I really long for the sun, warmth, sitting outside, eating outside, reading outside. But on the other hand, I don’t like the fact that time goes so fast.
*The featured photo is when I cycled in the UK without rain!! Happy times!
Time goes by so fast
Not to sound depressing or anything, not at all, but as someone with serious lung disease I just think it’s so bad that we “wasted” a year now. ( not really wasted, but you know what I mean don’t you) And that time is passing by so quickly. I don’t think too much about it, don’t get me wrong. I enjoy the new day every day and I am grateful for my life every day.
Well, on to how my week was. Of course I did work out at the physiotherapist on Tuesday and Thursday and of course I rained wet. What else is new! I’m almost getting used to it. I also selected some things for the blog that I wanted to change. And since I’m not very good at that, it takes me quite a bit of time, and cursing, to get it done. just like reels on Instagram. The sweet Sabina has explained it completely and I still don’t understand. That too will take me a lot of time this week! But I’ll get the hang of it!
What happened last week
Gerben was at home all week because he had hurt his back. We did went to the national park on Wednesday as it is to busy during the weekends for us. By the end of the week, we have sinned terribly in terms of food. I think we needed some comfort food. Quite tasty, but for now it is done with fried food. Sunday we went for a bike ride because the sun was shining and it was dry. But it was zero degrees Celsius. We only cycled for 45 minutes and when we got home I almost cried from the pain in my fingers from the cold.
I cycle on an electric bike and of course you don’t have to make a effort then. Therefore you do not get warm. In addition, my body does not have enough energy to keep me warm, so it was really tough. Also nice, a little bit, but also tough.
It was beautiful at the dike though. The geese were numerous and the water was high in the floodplains. At home we drank hot chocolate with whipped cream and biscuits, yes we still sin. In the evening I didn’t get warm until about nine o’clock, really. Gerben made delicious Mousaka and with a delicious glass of wine it was a wonderful end to the weekend.
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