It is really good with the easing of lockdown to see people getting out and about and doing some of what they have missed. It was a glorious sight walking through the village where I live seeing the shops and the pubs open.
Archie has been able to start going to football club with his daddy on Saturday mornings. I wont' mention which club his daddy supports, but it begins with L and ends in L and they are in the premier league. There are no doubts in my mind it is very traumatic for Archie having to wear such a kit. I have had words with his daddy!!
Louise, Archie and I have been to the beach. Archie had a ride on donkey called Rambo who was very reluctant to move. Archie was more impressed with donkey's stubbornness than the ride. He couldn't wait to tell his nursery friends all about it.
He was most impressed with paddling in the sea. However, we did have a hard time trying to explain about the waves and the tide.
He even persuaded nana to have a paddle!!
On Saturday, Louise, Archie and I went to a park and met up with my granddaughters, Brooklynne and Kierey and their daddy Steve. A good time was had by all and we certainly enjoyed the ice creams.
It filled me joy and great delight to see not only my own grandchildren but many other children enjoying the sunshine with their families and friends. But what about those children who for whatever reason can't play outside. Please remember them in your prayers this week.