POST LOCKDOWN Portmeirion in the rain, Oona played at a wedding and we became soggy Prisoners Day 169
Sorry no post yesterday, it was a choice between work and relaxing with the family, and doing the blog. No brainer.
And do you recognise this?
AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE I WILL STAY AT HOME, KEEP THE 2m RULE AND WEAR A FACE MASK
Staying at home! – STILL Protecting the NHS – STILL saving lives
I AM STILL Keeping safe
So rather damp and drizzly day yesterday, and the tide was in, wet all round! We could not do the beach running scene but had a good look at where the characters lived and places of importance. Hopefully next time we go there to do a wedding the weather will be kinder. The more I think about it the more I think I understand what McGoohan was trying to say although I think it lost its way on a number of occasions including at the end. Still the ’60s were a more rebellious time and we could do with a bit more of that at the moment. Mind you, this Government could just label you as criminal which is what it is trying to do with Extinction Rebellion, and this is one lesson you might learn from watching ‘The Prisoner’.
Welsh Government’s Guidance on weddings and civil partnerships can be found here, must get around to reviewing it:
https://gov.wales/guidance-marriages-and-civil… and the frequently asked questions at: https://gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance…
To read the current Government guidance on getting married in England please follow this link: COVID-19: Guidance for small marriages and civil partnerships.
You may also want to read the frequently asked questions sections of the guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do.
Other matters today:
- More housework to do, slowly catching up..
- Oona’s leg looks to be improving, need to get out for some fresh air.
- Write this blog.