A lovely Sunday Afternoon walk

After making the Father’s Day rounds – cemetery to leave flowers for my Dad, out to the house to deliver my step-Dad’s gift (which ended up being left between the doors because he wasn’t home), my husband and I walked from our house to the supermarket at the far end of the high street. After getting home from the writing workshop last night and catching up on other things, I hadn’t taken any meat out of the freezer for supper, and if we wanted to eat tonight, we had to go to the store. It was a gorgeous, sunny day and almost brutally hot if you weren’t in the shade.

Unfortunately, I didn’t take the time to put a sensible pair of walking shoes on before we left. On our way back, when we got to our street, I slipped off my sandals and walked the rest of the way in my bare feet… except when I had to cross one street. The sun-kissed concrete sidewalk was hot enough on the bottoms of my wee tootsies.

2 thoughts on “A lovely Sunday Afternoon walk”

  1. Hi, Melanie

    I’m one of the authors on loveahappyending.com and just saw your Yahoo mail on the LAHE group. Thought I’d come over and introduce myself, follow tour blog and say Hi.

    I lost my dad 10 years ago so your previous post was easy for me to relate to. Not a day goes by when I don’t miss him. That’s a lovely photo.

    CJ xx aka Kathryn Brown
    Author of Discovery at Rosehill

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