My day: I’m still working from home and I must admit I am actually starting to miss going into work now. There’s only so much I can do from home too so there is going to be a nice backlog waiting for me once the lock-down is over which I am itching to get started on!
I finished the main story in Animal Crossing yesterday! I was actually surprised at how short it was, but now at least I can focus on what I want to do. I’ve been breeding flowers mainly and also paying off that massive loan for my extra room! My house isn’t that organised at the moment and is filled with random things for each different room I want to eventually build. I also saw today that Redd is going to be added to the game so yay I’m going to have to waste money on his forged paintings!
I’ve been watching a few things on Netflix this week. I watched a film called Time Trap which is about some teenagers who go looking for their missing archaeology professor in a network of caves and discover that time starts moving at a different speed to the outside world. When I first started watching it I wasn’t sold immediately but it ended up being quite good in a scary, messing with your mind kind of way. There are few things that can even remotely freak me out but that came close in a good way.
The other thing I’ve started watching is Tiger King. I cannot get my head around it. It’s completely insane, disturbing yet compelling. I’ve watched just over half of it so far and will probably end up finishing it tonight.
I amended my online shopping order earlier and I was actually able to add hand gel to the basket for the first time in forever! Whether it will turn up is another thing entirely but that its not all sold out is encouraging! I also ordered Tash some dreamies. I think she’s starting to wish I would go back to work too as I’m constantly sitting on her sofa or disturbing her middle of the day cat-naps with brush time!
Linda G. Hill came up with this great idea to keep track of the weeks and months ahead. For those who already are, and will be isolated in the coming weeks, it is important to all come together and support each other.