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An object that has taken on new significance
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During lock down my husband and I – both in our seventies – have a daily walk which takes us onto the Arbroath Cliff Path.
We debate before we arrive there as to whether or not we will see the lighthouse.
Some days it is shrouded in haar, some days the visibility is too poor, other days it is just visible and looks like a stick on the horizon– but when the visibility is good and the sun shines on it you can get a clear view. It is so heart lifting to see something which has stood there for over 200 years and it has definitely become an “object of significance” at this peculiar time in our lives.
My Alexa for my endless music and chat ( one way of course.) And my kindle and rediscovering my love for reading
My special thing is my iPad because when I got it I just used it for games but now I use it for work, getting in touch with people and playing now. My iPad has been a big help in lockdown.
My tablet is my link to the world outside!
During lockdown I have had loads of extra time to play my violin which I love!
Before lockdown I used to go for a facial every Wednesday which I loved. I have being keeping to that routine and doing my own DIY one using a lovely Avon cream I have, and cotton pads on my eyes with toner on them. I relax for a while and end with a big glass of orange juice.
I always needed my morning coffee to begin my day and although it's not as nice as a freshly made 'proper' coffee from the Rep cafebar, it's the next best thing... in my favourite mug.
I have chosen this because I visited Paris last year and chose this Eiffel Tower in a market because it was sparkly. In the picture is Cat Noir and Ladybug from my favourite TV show Miraculous, which is set in Paris. These make me think of happy times.
These are bird feeders that I've had for a couple of years. Since lockdown I've moved them to a spot I can see from my favourite place in my house, and I've started making bird cakes to put in them for the birds. I can hear them from my bedroom window every morning, and I can see them throughout the day...I even recognise a few who come every day! It's become a great way to spend time.
My camera has taken on new significance since lockdown as I've had the time to teach myself how to use it (through YouTube tutorials and Skillshare courses). It's been a lot of fun practising my shooting and editing skills around the house and out and about on my daily walks. I've even set up an Instagram to share my progress at instagram.com/katiedanielphoto if you're interested in checking out my snaps!
My daughter Molly gave me this cream from her 18th birthday trip to Paris in January. I have used it everyday during lockdown as part of my morning routine, and love smelling of almonds ❤️
Flour. I have found little moments of solace learning to bake new treats.
The kitchen table is like, a separate room. I use it for zoom. And writing. Twice a week. I'm transported
Coffee shops are closed!
I unearthed our old coffee machine to help me through my working days at home 😊
I have 3 children and have found 5 minutes with my noise cancelling headphones listening to music looking out of the window
I've had this book for a long time but I had never opened it... Since lockdown, I've started noticing the trees around me: in the back garden, the park, the streets... I'm loving being able to identify them and getting to know them in more detail.
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