In my shed

Deaks

Deaks

DEAKS takes you through his life's adventures, from leaving Rainsford Grammar School for the 'Advanced of Learning' to the present day, growing old disgracefully without shame or regret.
Deaks

Deaks

DEAKS takes you through his life's adventures, from leaving Rainsford Grammar School for the 'Advanced of Learning' to the present day, growing old disgracefully without shame or regret.


How’s everyone coping with the lockdown? I was coping quite well early on, the garden is looking amazing, the house as tidy as it’s ever been, the car is gleaming (actually I lied about that, it will take more than a world wide pandemic to get me  to wash my car!) all the paperwork is tidy, bills paid, correspondence up to date. I’m nurturing my new beard and debating whether a ponytail would work for me! Think Tiger King. 

But now as we enter the 2nd three week shut down it’s beginning to do my head in. The realisation that this could go on, in one form or another, for the rest of the year is making me miserable.  I’ve got a 6 week old grandson that I’ve seen only once and the highlight of my week is standing outside the house clapping the nurses. 

I’m desperate for the country to come out of lockdown but that in itself worries me because we will all be exposing ourselves to the virus anew.  Obviously what we need is an antivirus and I’m tempted to spend my spare time in my shed working on this for the good of the world.  

I did see that Donald Trump suggested injecting with disinfectant lol. Yep, that’s Donald Trump, president of the United States of American and leader of the free world! 

But then I suppose he’s got a point, I mean if we can kill the virus on our hands by washing regularly what about eating a bar of soap every day? I don’t mean one of those big supermarket ones, just one of those little hotel ones?  If anyone wants me I’ll be in my shed working on the antivirus.

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