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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – Eventful
Monday began with Graham taking Eldest Daughter to work, then the Little Man to school…then he noticed he had two flat tyres. He managed to get the car to the garage but they had no tyres in stock so he had to leave it there. That meant a very long walk to pick up the Little Man from school, and Eldest Daughter had to get a taxi home from work. Talk about an eventful start to the week!
It didn’t end there though. I was worried that the shopping would arrive while he Graham was picking up Little Man but I needn’t have worried. It didn’t. It was supposed to come before 3pm and after many phone calls I managed to track it down and it arrived at 8pm. In the meantime we’d had to order take out…and have it delivered because we had no car! (I could have rustled something up from the freezer/cupboards but my lot were being fussy, and I was feeling stressed out.)
On Tuesday we had our COVID testing which we do for the ONS study. The tests are usually dropped off and we do them, stick on the labels, put them back in the bags and then leave them on the doorstep for collection. Questions are then answered on the phone, which takes about 15 minutes. This tester was adamant it was all done correctly and insisted that we each did the test and answered the questions on the doorstep, one by one. There are seven of us and this took nearly an hour. Some family members were not impressed and we nearly didn’t get the testing done at all.
Wednesday was pretty uneventful, but I was feeling a bit stressed out. I have a big family at home and each birthday I make sure I get everything prepared beforehand, presents wrapped, cards written, cakes made. Sadly, the same doesn’t happen when it’s my birthday. I bought some cards online and gave them straight to Graham when they arrived without looking at them. Then he gave them back to me on Wednesday evening, expecting me to round everyone up to write them. He really couldn’t understand why this upset me!
Thursday was the event of the week…my very first zoom! As I’m writing this it’s not happened yet and if I’m honest, I’m a bit scared. I’m taking part in a blogger’s quiz night and I hope it will be fun. Thursday was also our fourth Wedding anniversary. I made Graham a card with some little crochet hearts. It was a bit naff but I made an effort. Oh, it was also my birthday and I had some cards and presents 🙂 I feel a bit old!
My lovely friend surprised me with a doorstep visit and present. I know we are not allowed to meet in gardens but we did stay two meters apart and outside. We mused about how we will miss our trip to the ballet this Christmas. 🙁
So that was my eventful week. Some good some bad, fingers crossed for the zoom meet!
Now it’s your turn, what word or phrase sums up your week this week?