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A washout summer –

Nothing to look forward to ~

Flowers seem happy.

Trip to town for lunch –

Good to see old haunts open ~

Ukiyo ramen.

A family lunch –

Proper pint with my uncle ~

Was worth waiting for.

Family lunch out –

Almost feeling like normal ~

Cozy fish and chips.

Thanks to volunteers –

First jab done in a jiffy ~

Thank-you too, Science.

Riverside picnic –

Passerby leave us in peace ~

Heron inspects us.

Polish wafer rolls –

Trying not to eat them all ~

Failing so badly.

The Boy’s school poem –

Funny, topical, rhyming ~

Very proud Dada.

We have missed sports, buddies, football and more.
COVID has definitely been quite a chore.
But when we’re older we will be able to tell so many stories.
We have played so many games such as scattergories
We have turned into cavemen with a mountain of hair on our head,
Attending zoom calls eating pot noodles in our bed.

We eat our food as we wish,
My bedroom is filled dish after dish.
Covid is like being hit by a brick wall,
But at least we have football volleyball.
COVID will be over soon
But in the meantime do something productive you lanky spoon
.’

(Odin Cleary, Sixth Class)

Quick Grandma visit –

The Boy now taller than her ~

His voice, deepening.

The sun is shining –
Dreamt of spreadsheets this morning ~
Take the half day off.

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