What do you do on the day non- essential shops open in England.
For once I agree wholeheartedly with the government. They are non- essential shops. Obviously we avoided them. Three months without a non-essential shop has become a self fulfilling prophecy.
Actually what I do miss is mooching in a charity shop. The day they open will be something to celebrate.
The morning was all about dog walking and coffee. Inadvertantly a doughnut and a croissant also slipped onto the counter while I was ordering coffee. Some anonymous steps near The Mayflower Steps was our suntrap location of choice.
A great location to see swans flying under the lift- up bridge and out into Plymouth Sound.
But a moment’s inattention to photograph swans was almost the end of my doughnut breakfast.
This gorgeous orb of bakery loveliness and its accompanying coffee came from Jacka. Britain’s oldest working bakery.
Oat milk flat white , a doughnut and sunshine on these steps was everything that a visit to non- essential shops would not have been.
There was even time to bask before post breakfast exercise.
A morning well spent.