Overall I struggled for most of the week - a large group of people I don’t really know and don’t feel I fit into, intense children, cameras, being forced into birthday celebrations and getting hardly any alone time aren’t my idea of a holiday, but M was great at trying to look after me, and there were some moments of happy.

This is the lake that the theatre (previous post) is next to - Derwentwater. We were lucky enough to enjoy some sunshine while we were there, so ice creams and ferry rides were had, as well as walking.

This is the lake that the theatre (previous post) is next to - Derwentwater. We were lucky enough to enjoy some sunshine while we were there, so ice creams and ferry rides were had, as well as walking.

For my birthday, M took me to see A Comedy Of Errors at The Theatre By The Lake in Keswick. Even more sweet seeing as he doesn’t really like ‘that sort of stuff’, but happily sat through it. I absolutely loved it - both the venue and production were wonderful. Extra added bonus, we got to go on our own - no kids or herd of adults.