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Good morning, Happy Monday! For most of us, we have made it through our first full week of being in isolation due to Covid-19. I’ve been home for over 2 weeks myself so far, and feel like I am settling in well to the idea that we can’t really go outside. I have a feeling this is going to stretch on much beyond the 3 weeks that the Government mentioned, but we will see. For now, we’re just focusing on enjoying our time at home together and Daisy is still unaware that we CAN’T go out! I’m really grateful for this.
A lot of the past week has been spent playing toys, enjoying our garden and just having lots of time together. I have accepted that I won’t be able to achieve as much work as I did before, not by a long stretch. Fortunately, we have some savings to hold us over for a few months, and our budget is looking pretty low on the outgoings front too.
Daisy is 4 now, as she celebrated her birthday just over a week ago. I’m really grateful that she’s younger and oblivious to all of the fear that I feel as an adult with a poor immune system. At the moment Daisy just believes that she is choosing to stay home with us and that her Nursery is having a bit of a Spring clean. I feel really blessed for that I hope we can continue along this line for the coming weeks and months.
For the week ahead we have a couple of new toys that Daisy can play with. I also have a new post on my Instagram where I have asked some of my followers to share some garden ideas that are low cost or free. There have already been some great replies and I’m going to be popping back to that throughout the week to find activities to keep Daisy busy!