I hope you've had a fabulous week and, if you're in the UK, that you were able to be inside and safe yesterday from the effects of Storm Doris which was, as I started to write this yesterday afternoon, literally blowing a gale outside our home. Our furbaby Jade & I spent the afternoon hugging on the sofa listening to the noise outside and I was hit with a horrible headache.
We were blessed to get through the storm with only a couple of fence panels blown off in the back garden. Compared to past years this really is a blessing and I think it's mostly due to Hubby working so hard to reduce the height of the back fence last year.
Storm Doris has now mostly passed us in the UK and is headed toward our cousins in Europe. Be safe dear ones, if you can, stay in doors until it passes.
Safety has been on my mind a great deal lately. So many upsetting stories in the press and on TV on a (it feels like) daily basis, so, last post I wrote about ways to stay safe when out and about. For this post I thought I'd continue this theme by looking at ways to keep yourself and family safe in crowded places such as venues.