When people ask 'What do you do?" Answer "Whatever it takes!"
Well I did my first WW Virtual Workshop, it was brill, so lovely to see and interact with my members via the internet, at least if we can't all be together in a room, this is most definitely the next best thing. I had the best support coach helping me (thank you Kay). Over 40 members in a virtual room catching up and supporting each other in these difficult times. I'm looking forward to doing another one in the morning at 9.45, the link to it can be found in the Wolverhampton Connect group on the WW app, my virtual workshop times so far (unless they make changes) are;
Tuesday 8.30am & 5.30pm (the 5.30 one I'm supporting Elle)
Thursday 8.30 & 5.30pm
The links to all of these are in either the Wolverhampton Connect Group or the Dudley & Walsall one, there's a pinned post at the top of the group with all the virtual workshops and a link at the bottom of the post.
I had another very busy day, I feel like I've forgot how to use my crochet hook! I did more housework! I won't recognise my house when I finally get to go back to work, yesterday I did the laundry, sorted that huge pile of clothes out and organised moms drawers, semi organised mine, if I get really bored I'll do mine. Think I'll do the upstairs bathroom today then I can finish it off with having a bath as I'm not having a massage.
Mom's had a better night thankfully, it's all confusing for her, she's sort of understanding what's going on but not completely, then she'll forget anyway and ask me if I'm going to work.
I did make the effort to eat good food yesterday, I had a couple of slices of stale bread so I whisked up an egg to make eggy bread, enjoyed with with green pepper, cherry toms and a packet of smoked salmon, a little bit of indulgence, that I probably won't be able to afford going forward. I think we'll all be pulling in our purse strings. I'll enjoy the food I've got at the moment though and then start thinking about what I can afford, hopefully by then there will be food in the shops!
For dinner we had a cod fish cake with a creamy cheese filling for a bargain 7SP
I was saddened to watch on tv and read how because people are panic buying, care homes weren't getting the food they needed in their deliveries to feed their residents. Nurses who are busy in the hospitals caring for us aren't able to buy food on their way home because there's nothing left. A working mom on Facebook hasn't been able to get nappies for 3 days, disgusting behaviour by others. this video just made me cry ;(
But a lovely thing I did see that might helps some parents panicking about what to do with your kids, was this post from Lyndsey Drohan, I've shared it on my personal page.