A breath of fresh (sea) air

I got to the seaside. And! I put my feet in the sea more than once!

At the end of August I went on my holidays with my family for a week by the sea.

The journey was my longest in a year (when we came to the same place at the end of August 2020) and was the first big journey since relapsing (just after we got home from last year’s holiday. Aww memories.)

But heading to a familiar place helped because we knew the route and knew I really could do nothing but rest when we got there.

It was our 6th time going to North Norfolk, and our 5th time in the same holiday house. My parents don’t get much of a Summer holiday despite both working in schools, as they run children’s holiday camps during school holidays. But they tend to get this one week at the end of August if all goes to plan and they get lucky.

The weather wasn’t the best but the sea air was as good as ever.

For anyone who hasn’t been to see the sea in far too long, it’s still there waiting for you for whenever you can make it.

Published by Anna Redshaw

Blogging about life in the slow lane with an invisible, chronic illness. I wasn't always a sick chick so this is somewhat of a life changing experience!

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