Welcome to the new week all. :-)
Thanks, Annette! I forgot all about it...sigh. I was working.
ANNETTE – Thanks for leaping to the rescue of our overworked DIANE.
HEATHER – Yes, I believe Darwin is hot & humid. TAS is much cooler. Hobart’s max this week range 12 to 21 C with one overnight down to 5 C. I hope he is not going to TAS too soon – southern area is in a short lockdown. All because an idiot flew in from NSW without approval, too late in day to be returned, so was placed in a medi-hotel, from which he escaped, was caught 18 hours later. Of course he has covid. Over 1,000 possible contacts. Anyway it is great your s-i-l is getting a chance to see a fair bit of Aussieland. I hope your Dau can bear with the separation.
A rather warm 21 C today – it felt hot in the sun! How am I to cope with 30 on Wednesday?
Dinosaurs never had vaccines and look at them now.
The first time in history we can save the human race by lying in front of the TV and doing nothing.
I had my patience tested. I am negative.
In reply to aquilareen:
aquilareen said:an idiot flew in from NSW without approval, too late in day to be returned, so was placed in a medi-hotel, from which he escaped, was caught 18 hours later. Of course he has covid. Over 1,000 possible contacts.
It feels like the year's understatement to call this person an idiot. Sounds like they need a particularly gruesome and very isolated cell.
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