The the risk of sounding like a stuck record, which my millions of followers probably think I frequently do. I’m not bored, I don’t think, i’m sad that this thing has happened and its put us all in unrealistic situations which are so very, very real. I wasn’t ready for this. I feel safe here, in my little village, i ventured out today more out of boredom than anything else really, I didn’t take the dog this morning so a trip to Tesco’s to buy milk, bread, and vegetables seemed fine. My daughter always wants to come with me, just to sit in the car, just for a change of scenery. Society is crumbling from the inside, I can stand it, I can do this, but many of us will be broken inside when it’s all over. I remember writing earlier on in this disaster that I was feeling nervous venturing out, I still do, but need to do it, just to keep my eye in, its ridiculous really.
However on the positive side of events, I have ordered 15m2 of Patio slabs and 2 tons of hardcore; MOT type 1 not the entire back catalogue of Razzle, Imagine they’d be pretty hard to source. So armed with a rake, a whacker plate, a watering can and some dry cement mix onto of the hardcore I will attempt the impossible dream of building my own patio, the last one was around 20 years ago, with the good Doctor and my dog Hovis was a pup, a lot of water under the bridge since then, a lot of shower screens cleaned with a squeegee after the demise of the shower curtain, thats right a few years ago showers in my world grew up (sorry I had no idea how to get this word in, it’s a ridiculous word if you don’t mind me saying and will be very low in the Fandango One Word Challenge charts of words I like) But being a stickler for detail and rules I must fit the word into some sort of context if I am to play the game.
Sorry I went bit off track there for a while, the Haytfever has been getting me down along with everything else, but watch this space for exciting patio developments, and possibly news from Wales where Dr S will be having a new greenhouse installed in a few weeks too. Garden and home improvements are about to get pretty damn thrilling.
Good Night, and hello to George Goodnight if you’re reading this rot.
Thanks for participating. I’m hoping society can put itself back together again after this is allover. We are a remarkably resilient bunch, it seems.