Well, remember the wedding pressie I showed you last week? The wedding reception had already been cancelled as the venue had closed and then the Register Office decided that they were going to close for the foreseeable future. Quelle horreur! Ian has waited a long time to find the woman of his dreams so he phoned them on Tuesday and they said that if they could be there at noon the following day (last Wednesday), they could be married. So, in between teaching music in schools and a performance in the afternoon, they got married! So now I’ve had to do a new one with the date of March 18th. Good job I hadn’t posted the other one, eh?
I’ve been busy sending out emails to all the church members and regulars. The Elders have devised a plan whereby everyone gets contacted every 2-3 days to make sure they’re OK. Consequently, I haven’t had anything on my desk that I could photograph as it was all personal details. I have, however, got a pic of a stamp I found last week in a charity shop:
It’s just the right size for an A6 card. Admittedly, I haven’t tried stamping with it yet; I just hope it’s OK.
With the lockdown now in force, hubby is working from home. He has 2 desktop pc’s in his office upstairs, which have now been joined by another one from work, plus 2 work laptops, and an i-phone that he has to use occasionally. He works for a web design company and they look after a couple of really big websites, even though they’re only a small company of 8 people.
I shall be getting down to finishing off some decorating. I had been going to employ a professional to do it with the money I earned from letting out my 2 spare rooms on AirBnB, but that ain’t gonna happen!
I have signed up to join Gareth Malone’s Great British Home Chorus. He’s setting up a virtual choir/orchestra. There’s over 90,000 people signed up already. If you’re interested, go to www.greatbritishhomechorus.com and sign up. The first 2 rehearsals have already happened but you can catch up with them on YouTube. Rehearsals are at 5:30pm every day.
I think that’s me for this week. Keep well everyone. Hwyl fawr!