In reply to Original Goldfinch and Eagle-eye:
RSPB Giving Nature a Home
In reply to Heather B:
HEATHER – If our Tour de F commentators (sitting in Sydney studio with a large screen!) mentioned the lone Cornish flag amid the Bretons, I missed it. . . I could have waved to your brother LOL.
ANNETTE – I don’t bother with the last 2 stages as it is all cyclists and little scenery. I went to bed at a normal hour and checked results this morn. Our newbie Aussie managed 4th.
Looks like we shall have to send food parcels to OG. Hope she is home soon.
Late news. Because 2 people have tested positive today, SA is under severe restrictions from midnight. “It is not a lockdown”. Huh, as near as. No indoor dining (Brrr), no gyms or contact sport. Only essential retail, chemist, banks open. Masks even on buses. Contact tracing underway, exposure sites listed. Here we go again.
A house can shape a childhood; ours was filled with gaiety, light and play, love and imagination. (Alastair Sawday)
Home is where the Wi-Fi connects automatically.
If it doesn’t open, it’s not your door.
We shall be in lockdown from 6 pm. So far 5 positive cases and it’s the Delta variant. I heard the announcement mid-morn and I was in supermarket 20 mins later stocking up fruit, veg, perishables. Normally I shop tomorrow. I had a list. . . and left it home in my haste! Memory not too bad, I only forgot 2 things. Trio won’t be happy, they have only been back at school 2 days and now home for a week.
Just a thought
Take a deep breath, it’s just a bad day not a bad life.
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