My Tesco delivery came at a quarter to nine this morning.Since then I have taken everything out of the fridge and washed the fridge. Then I have gradually unpacked the bags of my order, disinfected everything one by one and put it away. It took me until half past twelve because I walk so slowly. By the time I had cooked my lunch (jacket potato stuffed with cheese and streaky bacon and eaten with two fried tomatoes and a handful of sprouts (the cleanings out of my fridge!) I was very tired. But I needed a dose of fresh air and it is just not quite warm enough to sit out for half an hour (for me at any rate). So I had a gentle stroll round the block with Percy (two socially distanced chats in the way round), watered my two tubs by the front door and am now in and intend to do nothing else all day. I am 'leg tired' and I don't think that does me any harm at all.
Now that I am back home of course (sod's law) the sun is out and the weather is beautiful. Although my gardener cut my front and side lawns yesterday already three dandelions and eight celandines have declared an interest in it again. And. speaking of my front lawn, most people do not care for starlings and I must say they are not my favourite bird but two of them, who must surely be nesting somewhere near, spend a great deal of their time with their beaks deep into my front lawn searching for - and obviously finding - some tasty morsels. I suspect they are doing my lawn a lot of good. My gardener is intendending to scarify it again shortly. It is on a steep slope and you would imagine it would be well-drained, but every Winter it gathers moss.
Enough for one day dear blog friends. I shall make a cuppa, put my feet up and have a look at a couple of magazines friend W has just dropped off on my doorstep. Happy Easter to you all.