And here at our house? Well there’s not a lot going on at the moment.
Life is quiet, restrictions will be in place for another month (at least), shopping has been fast and furious…….trolley sprayed and cleaned by a lad at the door, list in hand , up and down the aisles, only shortage last week was soap and cleaning products, oh and powdered milk. Friends have asked why I’ve not gone with home delivery – well I did consider it, our children and some grandchildren offered to do it for us but in the end decided it was easier (and quicker) to do my own.
Every country is different, our case load here in Australia is very low compared to many other countries. (6606 confirmed with ‘just’ 71 deaths nationally on 19th April) I personally do not know anyone with or who has had the virus, we are very aware of what needs to be done, people do not seem to be scared or panicking, we really do (with some exceptions) seem to be doing the right thing.
There haven’t been any recorded cases here in the eastern suburbs, and yes I realise one shouldn’t be complacent, there’s always a first and you never know what’s in the air….or on the shelves….. knowing the layout of the shop helps, meaning I’m not ‘pottering around searching for things’ and I’m of the opinion that getting it picked for home delivery (from there or elsewhere) means one more person (maybe more) handling the goods. Plus if what I want isn’t there I’d rather it was me choosing alternatives for myself – or not
Where are you going – nowhere
What are you doing – nothing
What would you like for lunch- don’t know
He’s not sulking – apart from being a bit lost and restless and having finished nearly all his books on hand (apart from those on his iPad) he’s just crook that Victoria put a restriction (ban) on golf. All the other states and territories decided there would be no harm playing as long as recommended precautions were taken. What’s the betting he’ll be up there the day after restrictions are lifted 😎
Hope nobody else is having to deal with a moody teenager 😊