Relaxation of traveling restrictions have enabled some, carefully socially distanced, trips.
On Sunday we visited my daughter and our grandchildren in Bacup, pictured above with Jess and some neighbours. We were impressed at how well Jess was doing on her bike on the mini 'singletrack' course near their house. Jacob was zooming round the track when the picture was taken.
But on Monday, Jess fell off her bike awkwardly.
On Tuesday we visited Sue's parents in Solihull, in celebration of Richard's 83rd birthday. Very jolly, and we helped with a bit of gardening.
On the way home, we visited Great Grandma Dot in Eccleshall. We sat outside with her for a happy hour or so.
On Wednesday we saw our friends (A, H ,A, and K) in Altrincham for an al fresco coffee experience. Very enjoyable. We were their last visitors, on 14 March, before Lockdown, and we may be their first visitors since then, after more than three months. All seem to be coping well.
Meanwhile, a wheelchair had been found for Jess, whose leg was well and truly broken. We hope Jacob will continue to enjoy acting as pusher and helper.
Note that the accident didn't cause Jess's teeth to fall out. That happened naturally. We hope she makes a speedy recovery, but if ever there was a child with excuses not to go to school...!
Thanks go to Facebook and others for the pictures of Jess.