Saturday, July 18, 2020
Socializing and Updates
We passed closed down malls, lots of businesses which did not survive. I was going to take photos of the empty parking lots and closed stores but I thought about it again and said to Daughter - it feels too dystopian, it's like those novels of the end of days we used to read.
Disposable abbreviated menus to peruse but today was especially great. I wasn't as nervous as I was on Sunday. The place was so utterly Covid as were we. The new normal.
I rested up well after our last excursion, so was able to walk quite far today without distress. I was delighted. These days are so precious when I'm feeling so close to normal.
Library now has curb side pickup (I don't enjoy Kindle and gave mine away) so I ordered a pile. I was running low on books.
The Big Knitting Project is coming to an end and I will photograph it soon. I am quite delighted with it. But I will miss it.
The new creative non-fiction work is at 51,000 words. I'm doing the hard core formatting and chapterizing at the moment.
Daughter bought some cute clobber for my sister's twin newborn grandchildren, we oohed and aahed over the wee delights which scream Canada and maple leafs.
Next door neighbour delivered me some spell binding carrot cake.
I delivered her vegetarian lasagna.