What Day is it Anyway? Friday, 10th April 2020

My day: Today is Good Friday so I am now off work until Tuesday! I spent most of today working on Perfect World 3. I am so much happier with it now and it shows through my writing as I got so much more done and everything is flowing better than before.

Last night my Asda order arrived. Most things were there just a few bits missing (lemonade, washing up liquid and parmesan cheese!). Most importantly I received both loo roll and pasta as I was worried that I would have to start rationing them soon!

I checked in with Bella and Mitchell late afternoon on Sims. They now have a son Deacon, and Dallas has aged up to a child. Their cat Luna also had a kitten! Some random tom cat must have knocked her up when she went out exploring! It annoyed me a bit as Ares (I panicked when it popped up with the name prompt and this was all I could think of) took the last slot in the household but he’s the spitting image of my cat Tash so I can’t bring myself to rehome him! I also treated myself to the university expansion pack as its on sale at the moment.  I wanted Dallas to become an actress so I’ve decided she will now to go University first and get the Drama degree when she’s older.

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I went for a walk along the beach this evening which was nice as there wasn’t too many people to avoid! It was still warm too but not as hot as it had been earlier in day. The tide was out as well so I got to walk on the sand rather than the promenade.

This evening I’m going to play a bit more Sims and then check in on Animal Crossing. I also need to look at my emails. I received a message that everyone waiting for a parcel dreads. Hermes: We’ve got your parcel! Last time they told me they had delivered it to my door step when I was out and sent me a photo to confirm this – a photo showing Flat 5. I’m Flat 4! Luckily I have an honest neighbour and he brought it down for me when I got in!


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.

What Day is it Anyway? Wednesday, 8th April 2020

My day: I’ve been working from home a couple of weeks now and tonight I’m starting to feel it. My back has been killing me all day. I can’t 100% blame home-working as before the virus outbreak I used to spend as much time on my personal laptop but being hunched over a laptop at my dining room table all day every day probably doesn’t help!

I’m still waiting to hear about my holiday although I have a feeling that the lock-down will be extended next week so matters will be taken out of the agents’ hands. 

Literally as I typed that I received an email confirming it has been cancelled and they will call me to rebook or refund!

I decided to treat myself to a new duvet set last night from ASDA George! It’s so cute and I’ll post photos when it arrives! Tash is very excited about this too as she hates the set it is replacing (this satiny-silk material set which she slips off of when trying to get comfy!).

Not much else has happened today. I have managed to solve my issue I had with Perfect World 3! It was going fine but it didn’t really flow right if that makes sense and I was having real trouble getting excited about it as a result (I had the same issue with Demon’s Life which is partly why it took 5 years to finish!). I have now figured out why it wasn’t working in my mind though so I am hoping to make some tweaks and further headway on it this weekend.


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.

What Day is it Anyway? Sunday, 5th April 2020

Yesterday: Yesterday started with my midnight queue to get onto the Tesco’s website to try and book a food order for the latter part of the month. I’m having to go between Tesco and Asda to get a slot now which is really annoying. Honestly at times the food situation causes me more stress than the virus threat. I don’t drive and I have a medical condition which makes carrying a lot of groceries almost impossible so its been quite a worry for me as I don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t get online orders. I had to wait about ten minutes but I was able to get a slot and do my shopping. Mission accomplished so I set my alarm and went to sleep.

I got up at about 8am and after getting dressed I went down to my local Tesco express to get milk and also see if they had any pasta and loo roll in. They had neither so I am keeping my fingers crossed that they turn up with my order on Thursday as I am starting to have to ration what I have left! I then cleaned my flat (and bleached the door handles again). I spoke to Mum and Dad on the phone. They are fine, are keeping busy and have neighbours and the village buddy system helping them which is good.

I had a pizza for lunch as a treat and when I went to do the washing up I found that Tash had decided to sit in my dish drainer! I think she was actually asleep in there before she heard me coming and sat up!

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I spent the rest of the day playing my Sims. My prediction about Don was right and he left Bella for Nina Caliente! Luckily Bella has found love again with her lodger/slave Mitchell Kalani and they are raising her daughter Dallas Lothario together!

Today: I spent most of the day writing Perfect World 3. I will probably never have this much free time again so I am going to take as much advantage of it as possible to get it written. I also saw my Sims again this afternoon. It was Winterfest (aka Christmas!)! Poor Mitchell kept being given the empty present containing only sadness and lies 😦 but Bella and Dallas had a blast! Don came round to see his daughter but then ditched her to try and seduce Bella again. She is wise to his charms now and kicked him out!


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.