Partner-who-loves-tea is back in work (having also worked a couple of days last week!). Son-who-watches-movies is recovering from an ill-times bout of flu. And I am giving the kitchen a Spring clean. It may not be Spring yet but the warm wet weather of December continues - much to the regret of those in Cumbria who have been flooded out of their homes. The overflowing rovers must abate soon surely.
The Christmas decorations will come down shortly and in the meantime I have taken down the cards so that P-w-l-t and I could discuss them over dinner last night. Needless to say some of them had postboxes on them.
Not surprisingly these included ones to me from P-w-l-t and S-w-w-m
Irina in Bulgaria sent this one.
This came from Heleen in the Netherlands.
From Anastasia in Belarus - a postcard from a Postcrossing friend.
And from Monica in Sweden - a most delightful one.
My old school-friend George and his wife Chris sent this one.
And from a former colleague, Marilyn.
There's no postbox on this one but it is a delightful scene photographed by friend David Truby and sent by him and his wife Pat. It is taken in the castle grounds in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis which does not usually see much snow over the winter.
Thanks to everyone who sent us cards - with or without postboxes!