A steadily busy day yesterday, got a few jobs done. Washing out on the line, another lot loaded into the machine and done last night on the Economy 7, ready to peg out this morning. I tidied up all the pots in the front garden, pruning and deadheading, pulling out weeds - it's amazing how many weeds have got into the pots over the winter. I also tidied up the 2 climbing roses on the trellis either side of the front door, deadheading (they were still flowering, albeit weakly, through the winter) and a bit of light pruning. Weeded one little flower bed, another long one to do today.
The mechanic came to see to the car.....everything's done, he ran another diagnostic and found no faults showing up, he reckons it's all ok now (until the next time! 😐).
I rang the surgery for my x-ray results.....not back yet. Oh well.
No other neighbours have come down with covid - well, not that we've heard. Out of the ones who've had it recently (9 people in 6 households), they've all had very minor cold symptoms, except one lady who's immunosuppressed who was very poorly for a couple of days. We're still being very careful, not getting too close to any neighbours, including one who works in a local school where she says that both staff and pupils are dropping like flies with covid, and she's the only one who still wears a mask at work! I know we're all well and truly fed up with wearing masks and all the other precautions, but it seems only sensible to carry on with them if you don't actually want to catch covid and it's on the rise again.
Today I'll be putting the washing on the line, finishing the weeding in the front garden, then packing stuff to take to the caravan.
The low carbing is going very well, but I've had a headache last night and early this morning, I suspect it's a carb/glucose withdrawal thing. It'll go soon I expect, it's already wearing off.
Oh, we got our copy of the caravan park's annual newsletter, we were welcomed in it (along with a couple of other new owners). The park owner said about all the work we'd done in the van and garden and called it an amazing transformation.