This morning the weather has been 'interesting'! Having suffered direct lightning hits to our phone line twice in the past few years I have to rush to unplug things as soon as I hear a clap of thunder. I don't want any surges reaching all the electronic equipment, especially while everything's so dependent on the internet, so it's a quick dash downstairs to pull the plug. The downside is that without the internet I can't connect with anyone, and sadly I had to postpone this morning's Zoom meetings and groups.
Can you imagine what it would have been like for us all in Lockdown without the internet?
Many who have been reluctant to engage in Zoom sessions are starting to succumb, which is great news for me since I'm having to run all my groups on Zoom for a while to come.
I'm so glad that people are finding these new ways of keeping in touch less scary.
And once again I'm reminded that we're never too old to learn something new.
I'd like to give you all a virtual pat on the back for doing what you're doing, and thank you for joining me.
Outside the sun is shining again, and I think it's going to get hot. The plants in the garden will be happy.
Found this on Facebook:
And here's a link to 'Thriving with Nature', a guide for everyone to help make the most of the UK's natural spaces for our mental health and wellbeing.
Stay safe, and pull the plugs if there's lightning.