Has she taken up a new hobby? I hear you ask.
Let's look at the evidence - do I like being outside in all weathers? No. Do I enjoy getting muddy? No. Do I ever run around a field for 80 mins? No. So no, I am not a newbie member of the actual rugby club.
My voyage into the club was to take my grandson to a music and movement class that is held in their hall - 'Tiny Tempo'. R needed to go somewhere this morning and the weather was absolutely foul so as I had no plans I offered to take him to his class while she ran her errands in the wind and rain; so much quicker if you don't have to take a toddler out with you.
I was, of course, the oldest adult there but children's nursery rhymes have stayed the same over the years and I don't think I embarrassed Leo too much - as he has very limited vocabulary still, we'll never know! We sang, we danced, we went on a bear hunt and we played instruments. I had forgotten how noisy it can be when 15 toddlers have an assortment of drums (Leo's favourite), tambourines and maracas and all play them at the same time. We were both exhausted by the end of the session and one of us is having a lovely afternoon nap to recover. Spoiler alert - it isn't me.
Has anyone out there seen The Crown on Netflix? I've just discovered it and am hooked. I have honestly learnt so much about our history from it - I hope they've followed the facts rather than fiction or I'm being quite misled! I'm having to ration myself to one episode a day because I could easily binge watch it and I think I'm near the end of the series as it is now 1958 (year I was born) and I don't know how much further it goes. I'm certainly seeing our Queen and Phillip in a new light.
Only 14 more working days for me - I may have to find a new boxset to get involved in ready for all this extra time I will have!