We enjoyed a pleasant few days on the Lincolnshire coast, but once again, it was marred by my ongoing gastric problems and my wife’s mobility issues. Fact is, we’re getting too old for all that walking round.
The weather was absolutely cracking. Not a cloud in the sky for the whole four days, but that wind could be a bit nippy, as this photograph of a deserted beach at Skegness shows.
And look at this tree full bloom. I’m persuaded it’s cherry blossom, but someone is sure to put me right. And blooming so early in the year? It didn’t seem likely but when I checked up it can bloom as early as March or April.
I didn’t do anything in the way of work, but I did do plenty of planning. For those of you getting into Mrs Capper, she’s got some new adventures – and temptations – coming up.
People ask, what about the next Sanford 3rd Age Club Mystery?
The truth is, I don’t know. I have works in progress, but I don’t know where they’re going, and until I do, I’m not going to get much further forward. After so many books (there are twenty-four of them and you can check them out HERE) it’s becoming harder to avoid repeating myself.
And on the darker side, Kracht is showing some improvement, but as with my other dark works, it tends to be overshadowed by the lighter side.
Everything will no doubt, sort itself out as we go along.