Thank you all for comments, they are helpful.
It's not that I don't have enough to do, or a routine - I do have a routine, I'm very organised (years of being a personal secretary make sure of that). I have too much to do though, with husband being unable to do a lot of things it means I have to do the jobs that he normally does but presently can't, as well as the housework, cooking, washing, shopping ordering, banking etc that I always do. And then of course having to walk Betty twice a day - which I would enjoy if it wasn't winter and my hip wasn't so painful.
As for not feeling safe to go out because of the fear of catching covid - actually, I don't worry about that much at all...for the simple reason that I don't have close contact with anybody. If I see any neighbours when out with Betty (rare), I only converse with them from a distance. When I have to get one of them to give me a lift anywhere, I wear a mask in their car, as do they. I've not been inside anyone else's house, nor anybody in ours, since March, other than a couple of times with best friend when we weren't in lockdown. I keep as safe as I possibly can, so no I'm not overly concerned about catching the virus. I'm just so fed up with not being able to go anywhere or see family and friends, with husband being unable to drive for weeks and me being a non driver, I just feel so isolated and cooped up.
Finding some gripping tv series to watch....if only! As husband is more or less immobile, he's watching the bloody thing all day every day - he's had car racing on for almost the entire day today, I had to go upstairs to escape it. By preference I'd have the radio on, on a music channel like Heart, Gold or Smooth Radio, which I do in the kitchen or upstairs.
He's going to hospital tomorrow, to have his stitches out, a new dressing put on and instructions as to what happens next. He still won't be allowed to drive for a while, but I'm hoping he'll be given a date when he can.