. Damp and dreary out there
Hope everyone's well or recovering well.
I was thinking I should get a gro bag or two and some seeds if the next few months are a bit of an unknown. There's not much space left in my teeny garden unless I remove some plants. I've got to wait in for a delivery today anyway and don't need shopping so we'll see.
The thought of weeks of doing things I want to in peace have been shattered by the schools closures. Seems I am one of the small group who will be comandeered to help with GD. Other granny is in her mid 70s and a smoker so is on lockdown. Ho hum! I learned yesterday that a family with two children that GDs parents have known from childhood have the virus and are all at home feeling dreadful. He works in London and thinks it came from someone in their office who got it but who he wasn't in close contact with. Luckily my family have not seen them lately but of course they were out and about doing normal things whilst it was incubating.
I noticed that wire was protruding from my favourite bra this morning (it's not that old!). It's that sort of thing that reminds you that you shouldn't just pop out to shops any more
. I was reading that supermarket staff and delivery people have been getting awful abuse from customers because of the shortages. So sad.