Sunday again - my least favourite day because there is nobody about and few pass the window so there is nobody to pass the time of day with - allbeit just a wave through the glass. At least my Carer came for an hour at seven=thirty and so I did have an hour's human contact. She has now had her first vaccination a couple of weeks ago and I have my second dose on Thursday week so it is all looking safer. But as I am sure many of you who live alone will testify it is becoming quite a burden to have no human physical contact at all. This is why I find a Daily Posting such a comfort - it makes me think of something to write about and then it make me come into the Computer Room, sit down, switch on and actually Communicate.
As Anne quite rightly said in her comment on my yesterday's post - it has been such an eventful week - and not good events at that. There was that Interview (I do wonder if they are beginning to regret it )- when I was a child we had a small poker work picture on our living room wall which said 'Think before you ink' so true - and I think we could also add think before you say something you might regret. Then there was the dreadful murder of the young lady on the streets of London - quite unthinkable, andthe subequent events at the vigil last evening. Nothing much to lift anyone's spirits at present.
Priscilla and I walked round the block. I don't know about Priscilla but I didn't really feel like it. Looking at the trees outside the window it was quite obvious that there was still quite a strong breeze, but I must get the strength back in my legs so we set off and it was a struggle but we made it and I suppose it gave me a bit of an appetite of J's lovely lunch of chicken breast stuffed with blue stilton and wrapped in bacon and served with a salad of tomato, cucumber, lettuce, beetroot and cole slaw and potato curls (the potato curls and the chicken heated in my Remoska). Then I rested with my feet up and watched Michael Palin in the steps of Hemingway in Cuba. Now it is almost time for tea.
For some reason best known to itself my computer this morning had decided to change the date and the time - both were totally inaccurate. I was very pleased with myself as I managed to change it - I do tend to go into panic mode but I didn't this time.
See you tomorrow dear friends: