Chaos to Cosmos
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Tuesday, 11 January 2022

Portsmouth Cathederal




On Sunday, the rain took a short break and we had another reason to go to Portsmouth, so while there, we took a look around the area of the Anglican Cathedral of St Thomas of Canterbury, known simply as Portsmouth Cathedral, where one of my relatives had been christened in 1909. While we were there, we met a couple. The man clearly knew a lot about Portsmouth's history and it's attractions and it was so interesting to listen to what he could tell us. 

Wasn't expecting to be 'escaping' this early in 2022. Oh the excitement! 

Sadly, just standing for that short time has left me with miserable pain in my back and legs, although, it's not as bad as usual from outings and certainly not as bad as it has been over the last few years. However, I can feel the headache and sore throat that are the first signs of post-exertional malaise (PEM) developing today, two days later, so clearly I'm not going to be let off that easily!

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