Sunday, March 29, 2020, Day 14, Week 2, of Self Isolation.

Global Cases 731,446
Global Deaths 34,655
UK Cases 19,522
UK Deaths 1,228

I’m very conscious that these posts are in danger of being even more uninteresting than I imagined they would be when I first started this!

Nevertheless, I’m going to persist because, as I’ve said, this is not so much about writing to entertain, but writing to record.

I’m also having trouble posting because the internet is playing up.

M organised another yoga session by following a supposed beginners class on You Tube. Bloody Hell! It made me feel like a stiff, fat old woman, which is fairly accurate description of me, but I don’t need to be reminded of it in such a painful and humiliating way!

Needless to say, I gave up after five minutes and did some housework instead. Cleaned the spare bathroom and hoovered the second flight of stairs. That got me puffing, panting and perspiring far more than the yoga did!

Spent the day doing the usual COVID things; reading, writing, talking to friends and family, watching the BBC news on TV, cooking, eating and drinking. I’m less and less motivated to do anything worthy or important, like work or household chores.

Highlights of the day were our bike ride, followed by Sunday lunch.

We did a longer circuit today – just over four miles. Building up slowly. It was cold today! Cold fingers and cold wind headache, but still enjoyed it. I really hope they don’t stop us being able to go out an exercise. There is still talk of stricter measures.

Sunday lunch was Roast Pork, Roast Potatoes and Broccoli followed by Delia Smith’s Self-Saucing Citrus Pudding.

Todays TV included lots more Ozark and Race Across the World.

Big news was that this could go on for 6 months.

A consultant died of the virus in Leicester. Three doctors have tragically died now. In complete contrast the police had to break up a karaoke party in Derby of 25 people! #COVIDIOTS.

Italy and Spain are still going through the worst of it, with 756 and 821 deaths respectively in the past 24 hours.

Oh, and Jack Grealish, the Aston Villa captain, crashed his gigantic white Discovery into some cars and vans in our village. He was apparently the “worse for wear”. We know on one the guys who’s van was written off. #covidiot!





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