Every Friday, I get picked up by medicar ambulance. Unlike travelling in a normal car, this is slower with windows all round. The driver always has the music on, and it's very countrysidey on the route.
I love just staring out onto the fields, watching the horses and sheep and cows grazing, see the birds take off and land. It is really beautiful and I end up arriving at the hospital quite chilled out and relaxed.
Nature is beautiful, you're right Kitt. Sometimes just finding the time too watch it can be so calming.
At home, we live in a maisonette. Basically a house, built ontop of shops. On nice days, I love going to the bedroom window, and just sitting there and watching. Kids are out to play, and eveyone is so busy, you can see right to the other side of town, all of the hills and fields. It's just nice sometimes, to sit and watch at the world go by in peace.
Thankyou for posting this thread Karen. It's just nice to remember sometimes, that small things, even just looking out on the world, things you mostly forget about
when you're sad. They do exist and they are there, you just have too look and remember.
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