Thank you Bob. I expect I would have seen it later on, but starting our seventh week of isolation today means more time in the garden, less to spend on web site and FB. Although now, after six weeks, the garden looks as close to competition standard as my incompetent gardening will ever reach! At least the veggie patch is so well dug over that if ever I can get hold of some veggies to plant, they should thrive.
what will she do without her Dennis fix this year ! Anyone see the article in newspaper that Britain may impose 14 days quarantine on anyone arriving in the country, just like Australia and most of Europe. Should have been done weeks ago might have avoided all this. It includes Brits returning from future holidays, which effectively will kill off most holidays.Anyone who works couldn't afford to take a further 2 weeks off. How many people would go on holiday even if the travel ban was lifted. Hope everyone is well, i'm still working part time the hospital is eerily quiet in the corridors with clinics and elective surgery cancelled, and a visting ban. We have now cancelled all appointments until the end of June, but the good news the hospital has reached nowhere near it capacity.
I haven’t seen anything about quarantine for UK arrivals, but to be honest I’ve had enough of it. My eyes glaze over with the telly, I look on past the newspapers, I watch the news to have a small idea of what’s happening. I’ve heard “unprecedented, ramping up, every effort” and all the other meaningless, unbelievable sound bites until I’m quite inured to them. Eventually I shall hear something worth listening to. To be honest, I don’t expect any change tomorrow when Boris comes back.
In the meantime, starting my seventh week of isolation, I am outraged and infuriated to see TV film of people not following the isolation rules. What these people need is a policeman with a loudhailer shouting “Attention, there is a maniac on the loose with a 2 metre long Samurai sword (or an assault rifle)”. None of the idiots seem to understand that the virus is exactly that. How many of them would run like hell away from a sword or rifle?
ive lost an uncle (living in Germany) and a lovely dr i worked with for 10 years in A&E now a consultant in Derby has died. So far all close friends family safe, i would love to visit my in laws to do some jobs/ maintenance but they are over 70 very high risk with serious health conditions and if we were incubating covid 19 it would definitely kill them so could be months yet. Its really tough for them as their cleaner can no longer come ,or ironing lady, struggling to get on line shopping slots. I,m pleased you and vera are keeping safe and well