I was a bit disappointed this morning when Tesco cancelled my online grocery shopping order by text message just after it was due to be delivered (due to store issues). I’n sure that they must have had a good reason. Instead I had to do what I was trying to avoid which was to go out to our local Asda supermarket and get some food.
Thankfully, everyone was being sensible with social distancing. I also got all the food that I needed, as well as a free bunch of flowers that they were offering to every customer. Thanks Asda, nice touch!
Conservatory partly decluttered
When I decided to use my conservatory last week for home working, I knew that I had to make a few changes in there.
Yesterday, I had a bit of time to move a couple of pieces of furniture out so that I could work more comfortably.
Today I placed my free flowers on the small table next to my desk and did a little bit more tidying. This is the picture of how it’s looking now…
Being a sunny day, it was a pleasant temperature again; however, I might need to dig out the fan if it gets any hotter. I’m not complaining about the warmth, I just want to be prepared.
The other side of the conservatory needs decluttering but this is enough for now.
Well done my lovely friend 😘
Thanks Alcina. Hope you are both staying safe in your home. Thinking of you 😘
Nice of them to give out flowers but I suppose not a lot of people are spending extra money on flowers now, another loser in this pandemic. Do you windows vent open to let some of the hot air out when it gets warm?
Hi, yes I think the flowers were there to support Mother’s Day demand but I suppose that no one was going out to buy them at the weekend. Yes, thankfully I have windows on the front and top of the conservatory so will be making more use of those as it gets warmer.
Well, Happy Mothers Day to you.
Great job! What a lovely place to have to work.
Thanks for reading. Yes, I can’t complain. It’s not been used much over the years, and now I’ve found a reason to use it 😊
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