A socially distanced visit
After all these weeks of lockdown, Deb hasn't seen her relatives for many weeks - so a early start meant we could get down to her Mum's house whilst the carer was still there on her morning visit. She'd got Dorothy to the door and sitting on a chair, we were masked up, and stood in the garden chatting for 15 minutes. Was good to see her, looking remarkably well. We then drove on to Southport and met her Aunt and Uncle in Southport Park, where we had a sandwich (and a couple of plates of chips, as the cafe was doing take-aways. The best chips I've had in ages, proper fat ones, light and fluffy in the middle and crisp on the outside.
Deb hadn't seen her Aunt and Uncle in 10 months (when we went to the scarecrow festival). It perked her up no end, and I didn't quite have to physically restrain her from giving them a hug, but almost!