Isolation #12

Times were when women would no doubt have taken their laundry to our local stream but it’s not done these days. That’s unfortunate as my washing machine has broken and a repair engineer is not deemed essential services so I must rely on door step collection and delivery drops from family member (hand washing and temperature checks in place) These are testing times but the Blackthorn is blossoming, I can still do light hand washing and so far all my family are well.

For as long as I'm well, am posting a pic a day to enhance these Covid-19 times of isolation and lockdown

20 Comments on “Isolation #12

  1. I wonder if we’ll ever take our previous lives for granted again. This is akin to being in prison, albeit a more comfortable and liberal one.

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  2. Oh goodness, what a time to have your washing machine break down.

    After two weeks working from home I started to have not so positive thoughts about it this past weekend, but when the alternative is to probably contract a virus, staying at home is definitely the lesser evil…

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  3. Oh dear, Laura. No washer. What a pain. One thing though, you’ll have very clean hands! Take care.

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  4. Oh…. no fun without a washing machine… picked the time right?!!!
    Your Blackthorn is gorgeous! 🙂 xoxo

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  5. I’m sorry about your washing machine, but glad are your family are doing well. I found myself looking doubtfully at my kettle this morning. It really needs replacing, but I didn’t get around to it. I suppose a kettle is no big problem, but it just made me think how much we’ve been taking for granted.

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