Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th September
I was spoilt on this Saturday morning with my favourite bacon and poached egg on a toasted Warburtons giant crumpet 😋
In the afternoon we went for a walk around Charlbury Street Fair where there are craft, food, tombola and other stalls to visit, there’s a few classic cars to look at, there’s a small fair with children’s rides, a fire engine to clamber about in, Morris dancers, fancy dress etc. All the usual things you find at events like this. The highlight for me was the piece of carrot cake I bought to take home and eat later, it definitely was one of the best I’ve had 🍰
In the evening me and Gary had another walk back through the fair in Chippy but as there was no one about that we knew really we went into the pub right in the centre of town and managed to get a window seat overlooking one of the fair rides, so we spent the evening people watching. It was quite good fun actually!
Look at this young man who had a liver transplant when he was a child, he is now going to be competing in 19 sports! in the Australian Transplant Games 🏅
On Sunday we had a little trip out to Heythrop Zoo where the Amazing Animals live! It is not open to the general public like a normal zoo so we took the opportunity of going when we found out they were having an open day. It was a warm sunny afternoon and I had a really nice time. I haven’t been anywhere like that for a long long time. You could get so close to the animals too.
And then I got to hold a snake … 😀
Here are 20 foods to eat when you are stressed! So – Leah’s okay with her quinoa, Robyn’s not too bad with her apples (but she needs to get some Tahini to spread on them) but it seems like I definitely need to change my favourite Cadbury’s Dairy Milk to some dark chocolate 😳
But somehow I just don’t think even eating these foods will help with the way all of our stress levels are at the moment