After a horrible day yesterday where I did absolutely nothing apart from a 50 minute exercise bike session, I have been a bit more active today with a 2 hour walk in the damp up to our cricket ground and around the park.
Activity is ramping up at the club. Wickets are being cut and our first junior training session is on Friday. Matches I believe will start from a week on Saturday, and I'm excited and anxious at the same time. I want to play, but I'm very frightened still, despite all manner of precautions that will be taken.
Likewise when I go back to work. I've become very used to isolation and in my Autism Spectrum way have become conditioned to this routine. Which has become a very nocturnal one too.
Today, all the nature pictures are taken from one single buddleia bush at the entrance to Waitrose; because of the cool day the visiting buzzers and flutterers were being quite sluggish and easy to photograph for a change.
This enabled me to get my first red admiral shots of the year.
This red admiral is lucky. It can afford to shop at Waitrose, which is more than can be said for me.
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