So we succumbed to needing hair cuts given it been almost 4 months since the last cut…
Elliot had his last weekend and Olly and Dad had theirs done tonight….
Photos soon but the jobs are all terrific 👌
…. Elliot is now taller than Vicky… 🙁
We noticed on the way out of the gym.
“Don’t worry Dad, you’re next”……
Wow. Storm Ciara is showing us all what Mother Nature has at her disposal. There was a little wind overnight but nothing to overshadow that which we have experienced in the last 10 days in fairness.
But then, at 8am, it started raining and soon after, as we were lazing in bed contemplating getting up for the gym, we heard that lovely noise of water dripping onto carpet 💧 💧 🙁
We quickly setup some collection devices and let them protect the flooring…
Out to the gym – the boys were naturally delighted – to find a river running down Clough Road and the corner being 6″ of river rapids 🙁 wow in just 2 hours….
Then the dip in the road between Flockton and Grange Moor was flooded with around 1ft of water. A BMW had sadly expired in the water but thankfully Vicky car can manage 2 feet of water so we pushed on.
When we came out of the gym, the rains was persisting so we did not go back home via Grange Moor (that road would have been properly closed by the Police) but we did find two other lakes of around 9″ to traverse on the way through Emley.
A home day it was to be – this time the boys really were delighted 😁
The sun came out and we had blue skies until around 4pm, where the darkness once again descended into us and shortly after was when the thunder and lightning kicked in for about 30 mins.
The carpet protection system is likely to be required overnight as the rain is not due to stop until after a couple of days – we are A OK so long as the wind doesn’t lift – it is essentially driving the rain horizontally and hence going straight up under the roof slates and then down into the house via the beams….
Fun and games for a few days we think….
We hope everyone out there is safe and out of the dangers that Mother Nature brings every now and then – thinking specifically of those in Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge and Sowerby Bridge – always the first places to get smacked hard by such weather 🙁
Simon went for a hearing tear today following Vicky badgering about it – apparently he must be going deaf since he doesn’t listen…. 👂 👂
So the verdict is as follows:
Both ears are in good condition and there is nothing wrong with the hearing in either of them – they fall right inside the parameters of “good hearing”….
So, he needs to find a new excuse…..