WOYWW 573

Not much going on this week, I’m afraid. This picture shows my desk after a Zoom meeting with the Agenda under the keyboard, a couple of notebooks, some instructions for making a bag using fat quarters, some stamps, and a camcorder.

The camcorder is what I’ve been using for my videos for Gareth Malone’s Great British Home Chorus. I’ve done 2 of the songs, but decided that I don’t like Duran Duran’s ‘Ordinary World’, so haven’t done that one. The latest one is Keane’s ‘Somewhere Only We Know’, which I absolutely love.

On Saturday I had to take hubby to A&E. Now that the recycling centres have re-opened I booked a slot to take some garden waste and our old toilet that was replaced just before lockdown. They’re only letting 1 person in and you have to be able to carry everything yourself. I can’t even lift the toilet, let alone carry it, so Kevin thought he’d help by smashing it up so it can go in a large Ikea bag. Unfortunately, ceramics are really sharp when they break and he now sports a comedy bandage on his right hand!

I’m taking a break from sewing scrubs but have made cards to go with scrubs when they’re delivered. That’s it for this week. Hwyl fawr!

7 Comments:

  1. Oh dear, poor hubby….I hope his pride isn’t too wounded by cutting his hand on a toilet! Your desk looks super busy, hope all is well up in Llandudno.
    Hugs LLJ 2 xxx

  2. I do hope that hubby’s hand is better soon Camilla. Well done for actually recording some of the Great British choir stuff. I started off full of enthusiasm but must admit that I haven’t bothered since the first week (not enough time). Stay safe and Happy WOYWW. Sarah #7

  3. Hi Cam. Trust K is doing well. It was good to have a catch up yesterday. Great you are still doing the choir – well done you. Hope the Zoom meeting hasn’t produced too much hard work. Must remember to sign the book if I hapoen to go into the building!! 🙂
    Take care all of you. Stay safe. God bless.
    Margaret #5

  4. Poor hubby, I do hope that injury doesn’t cause a problem but bet he’s not the only one that’s had an accident ‘doing it yourself” it’s safer going to work I think. There are lots of places where they say only one person at a time but it’s not always realistic to do it. Wishing you a lovely creative week and a happy woyww, Angela x19x

  5. Oh no! Poor hubby – I hope he makes a swift recovery. Sorry for running late this week, stay safe. with love & God Bless, Caro xx (#4)

  6. Sorry to hear about your hubby’s hand, Camilla. Hope it’s getting better now. It’s a bit unreasonable letting only one person in at a time and having to carry everything yourself – surely they must realise you can’t social-distance from your hubby! They should let family members come in in pairs so they can help carry stuff, it seems to me. Some of the rules do seem a bit stupid. Well done, participating in the online choir. I saw an amazing choral evensong on YouTube the other day, with everyone singing from their own homes! Technology is brilliant, and I don’t know what we’d have done without the Internet during the lockdown. It’s amazing how inventive and creative people have been with it, and how much it has encouraged a spirit of community, which I hope will continue after the lockdown is over.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #22

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