Lockdown observations

  • The driver of a convertible, on a sunny day, with his roof down, but wearing a mask
  • Our neighbours opposite moving house yesterday, also
  • No removal men had PPE (except for safety boots)
  • A staggering amount of people not understanding that it’s 2m *in every direction*
  • An awesome amount of kindness, thoughtfulness, and generosity, both in the village, and on social media
  • How you will never see President Donald Trump and Mrs Brown in the room at the same time
  • The number of people *who have no control over their dogs*
  • The amount of dogshite that I’m picking up on a daily basis, that doesn’t belong to our dogs
  • I needed a haircut and beard trim before lockdown, so now I’m getting used to looking like this:
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2 Responses to Lockdown observations

  1. Masher says:

    – Queueing to get into the shops… just like they used to in communist Russia.
    – Having to take the car for a blast down the A6 every so often, because It’s only doing a mile a week at the moment and so the battery isn’t getting charged.
    – Frustrated that it’s May already and I haven’t been out on the bike yet.

    • Brennig says:

      We haven’t been to the shops. Mind you, it was only on rare occasion that we went before lockdown. I’ve moved the cars around a bit, just to make sure the brakes aren’t sticking. And yes, very frustrated about not having been out on the bike yet!