Yesterday we went to Wells. It's been so long since we last went that I'd forgotten Wednesday is market day there, so it was a bit busier than I'd have liked. No problems though, most people were wearing masks (including us), even outdoors. We really wanted to have lunch outside one of the cafes there (they all now have outside seating), but there was a strong freezing cold wind, even though it was sunny, so we decided against it - I just didn't want to sit there shivering and trying to stop my lunch blowing away! Never mind, we enjoyed having a mooch around the shops and I did get a few things I wanted. One advantage of having to wear a mask is that it keeps your face warm when it's cold!
It was cloudy with a couple of showers this morning, but cleared up by lunchtime when the sun came out (the forecasters are doing a very good job lately). So off we went to our lovely Dunster beach after lunch, much to Betty's delight, she was charging around on the sand like a mad thing. There was a lovely clear blue sky and plenty of sunshine, but boy was it cold - that blimmin freezing wind still. No wonder there was hardly anyone there, sensible people probably stayed at home in the warm. We didn't walk right to the end of the site like we usually do, it was just too cold and the wind was blowing right in our faces. At least it was behind us on the way back to the car park. Betty doesn't care about the wind and cold though, she had a lovely time.
We're thinking we might possibly go to Exeter tomorrow, it's supposed to be another sunny day, hopefully not with such a cold wind though.
Husband's consultant (for his foot) said he'd benefit from having physiotherapy, his foot is being very slow to heal and is still causing him a lot of pain. He got the appointment letter through today......for a course of phone appointments. What good is that going to do him? He's disgusted and says he's going to see what his consultant says about it, he's due to see her again (an actual face to face appointment) the week after next.
I have my 2nd jab next week, husband had his last week. He had no side effects at all, although with the first one he had a headache and felt very shivery and feverish for 12 hours. I'm hoping I'll have no ill effects either, as I have the dentist the day after.