Great that you got a click and collect! We got a Tesco delivery this week.Got a text whilst working today; Mrs J got another for next week and so did Mum in Law.That is great,as Mrs J is back at work next week,and those two trips fell on me to deal with.Given that I have two days work next week,it would have been a struggle.Been digging footings today,and boy! For a man on the way to 60, I know it! Mind you ,it was nice to have a wedge of cash pressed into my hand this afternoon.Arzosah wrote: ↑Fri Apr 17, 2020 12:43 pmGood for you, jansman!
My preps have been less preptastic. I was up early to collect a click and collect order from my Sainsbo - literally the first food thats come into the house since the delivery 3 weeks ago, so I've been managing pretty well. I laid everything out at the front door so I could wash the chill and frozen stuff in really soapy water, bunged my clothes in the washer on a hot wash, got a shower and washed my hair. Might be slight overkill ... okay, yes, it is, I didn't even need to go inside the store, they do click and collect orders from a van of their own parked in the car park. I was seeing the queue to get in when the store opened - most people in masks, observing distancing, but you have to wait for a long while - I'm going to wait as long as I can before I need anything else - lots of lovely wild garlic in my garden, the lemon balm has gone crazy (so have the nettles) and the rhubarb looks beautiful.
This weekend I shall be sweeping the chimneys.Mentioned it to our neighbour when we were chatting over the gardens,and he asked me if I would do his.I told him yes, but its fifty quid cash.Snapped my hand off! Got to start splitting logs ( fetched more at 5 am) so they are dry by the turn of the year.If I can pull it in,I shall service my Brompton folding bike.And bottle some beer.