I have had a low-level job in a senior school/high school, so although it's been closed to pupils it had been open to the kids of key workers, albe it small numbers of them. So I've had to carry on and keep going to work. Right new new new kids that would be coming up in Septer have just come back, but of course they're separated into two areas, in smaller incriments of 15 kids at 2 metres apart and I'm guessing some come in one day, and a different lot the next day and so on.
It's been a long week for me, not just work but I was in danger of having two flat tyres on my byycle (I ride to work), but thankfully I had a lucky escape, then my PC had a major crash. I'm considering this a warning. I will be buying an external harddrive but in 6 months I may need a new harddrive altogether. If I'm very lucky I might get another couple of years out of it!
Oh, that's not so good. I have an external harddrive and use it for anything important I don't want to keep on my laptop, and to copy game files and such to, so I have a record of things in case my laptop dies on me without warning, which usually happens.
For me, every day is pretty much the same. Nothing much changes, especially at the moment, when I can't go out into town, and to my bookstore.
BTW, do you have face covering items at home? In a week's time, it's mandatory to wear face masks when we use public transport. I bought face masks from our local chemist, and have always worn them on the bus and in the supermarket. In fact, I am surprised that shops don't make it mandatory to cover your mouth and nose when you enter their place.
Yeah, after a cooupe of weeks after lockdown started I thought to myself "I guess I better by myself one to be safe", but at that time ever.single.mask was sold out on amazon. A few weeks alter I was able to buy one, I also have a work colleague that has been making them IF I absolutley do have to go the supermarket (Or Lidl) I always make sure I wear them in there anyway, especially now rules have been relaxed and people are distancing as much as they still should.
Today started overcast with a couple of drops of rain. And it was cold. Had the heating on in the morning. Went to Tesco, and by the time I got back home, it was sunny, but still cold. This early evening I mowed the grass in the front and ripped out weeds galore. Tomorrow I will do the back garden. It's supposed to rain from Wednesday to Saturday this week, so I decided to do the front today and the back tomorrow, just in case it will rain - you never know. For all I know, it will rain tomorrow instead.
Yes, I finished it all nicely. I knew we would get rain for the rest of the week, and next Monday the garden bin men are coming again, so I did the front on Monday and the back on Tuesday. And since yesterday, it's been raining. It's supposed to be thundering tomorrow as well.
I like the rain, prefer it to the blazing summer sun. Went shopping this morning while it didn't rain too much. Now it's coming down harder again.
I am looking forward to the "non-essential" shops )as they are called) opening again on Monday, but I won't be rushing out to visit them just yet. Give it a few days or a week to let others queue up outside shops, and get the novelty of visiting shops again out of their system, before I venture into town. It's like with the garden centres. When they first opened, there were long queues of waiting customers to get in. Now everyone who wanted plants, has bought them, and there are no or hardly any queues anymore.
Plenry of fresh air today - wne tot the hairdressers (Not for a cut as I'm good there currently doing my head again in early July), but I just wanted to see how they were set up inside with restrictions and if they were doing walk-in's or appointments only. Wandered into town for the first time in 4 months and spend the afternoon and a bit of evening with an old friend. (At a social distance of course.)