A cure for the holiday blues


Another summer break draws to a close and I am sat here on a glorious summer morning looking out over the lush green moors and the blue sky punctuated with cotton wool clouds with my cup of tea trying hard to summon up the energy to write this blog.

I have always had an issue with the last days of anything, I always feel a little unsettled and apprehensive about what’s to come. Now I am lucky in that I enjoy what I do so it’s not the thought of returning to work which does it , I suppose its the freedom of doing what I want when I like which  I will miss and that doesn’t happen unless it’s a holiday.

My cure for these holiday blues as my wife calls them is to make every second of the last day count. I am sat here waiting for her to get ready so we can breakfast out at our favourite breakfast stop,  Albion Farm which is fantastic.

Now thats not just me saying that, they got runner up in the best breakfast in the whole of the United Kingdom earlier this year so I will just have to try some homemade Black Pudding  and Bacon.

After breakfast we will pop off to see friends in Yorkshire, across the moors which this time of year are a fantastic sight.

So another great break draws to a close and I can guarantee that within two days of being back in the office this will all seem like a very pleasant dream, whilst trying to sort out projects which involve far too much work and to short a deadline.

Just the way I like it!


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