Day 169 - Full moon.
Day 170 - Rock climbing on Father's Day.
The weekend began with a day of errands around town, plus a couple of dog walks in our local park. We've got into a good routine of two shorter walks/chasing his favourite tennis ball per day and Doug seems so happy for it. He loves the park and has made some doggy friends too. This routine also means he sleeps for a lot of the day and during the week I can get a lot more work done.
Last Sunday was of course Father's Day, so we spent it having a little ramble to 'Surprise View' which looks down over Hathersage, then back for a delicious and decadent lunch.
I've had a very work-heavy week, so not a lot of fun stuff to report on. It seems appropriate not to talk about fun stuff however, as I was totally shocked, heartbroken and angry at the result of the EU Referendum on Friday. If you follow me on Twitter you will have seen the outrage as I found out and let the reality of it sink in. I may write a separate post detailing why I feel this way, or I may not, I've not quite decided yet.
I spent the first hour of Friday morning crying in bed. I managed to get the work I needed to get done completed and then headed over to my parents' to vent to them. We went for a walk on the Longshaw Estate which helped distract all of us for a short while, but ultimately it was a thoroughly sad and disappointing end to the week.