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Saturday, February 13, 2010 

'Me' time

Just a quick one. With some relief I now have time to myself of a weekend after spending the last several weeks helping out with my mother's move to a ground floor, one bedroomed flat. This down sizing lark isn't easy, my back still aches but it was worth it. My mother is much happier now, more independent.... rather selfishly the only downside is that when I stay over I have to sleep on the floor, but I've got that sorted with air bed and sleeping bag.

I hope, weather permitting, to shoot something this Sunday morning before I cook Sunday lunch at my mum's. The location of my mum's flat gives me an opportunity to see a part of Hull I haven't explored for a while; the 'Avenues', Northern Cemetery.

Hopefully, I may have some inspiration, post something a little different.

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So you'll be over in my neck of the woods eh! Keep them pictures coming JJ.

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