What a difference a day makes as it was blowing a gale on Monday then yesterday it felt like summer had arrived. I took Tilly to see the lambs in that windy weather but instead of spring lambs in the field there was a flock of the strangest looking sheep I have ever seen. I've searched online and think they are these here.
Yesterday I was invited at short notice to go and have my second Covid jab. It was a dilemma as the workmen were arriving to do our cloakroom refit the same morning. I decided for a change I could travel there by bus while hubby stayed at home dog sitting. Having arrived well before my allotted time I had a wander round the nearby retail park but as most stores were closed that didn't take long. Just as the bus was very quiet so was the vaccination place and I was able to walk in and be jabbed and they weren't fussed that I was early. By the time I arrived back home I'd been wearing my face mask for several hours and it was not pleasant on the warmest March day in 53 years.
The nurse warned me about the side effects of the second jab and sure enough I awoke in the nighttime with a headache, chills and sore arm. I'm not feeling too bad at the moment having dosed myself up with paracetamol. I'm hoping the cloakroom refit is finished today as it is only being half tiled, new toilet, sink and radiator. I haven't taken any before photographs but I may take some after photos when the job is finished. I hope the warm weather continues so we can get out and by then I'll be feeling better and we can enjoy this lovely warm weather.