Hello Good Lifers,
It is rewarding to see the daily new Covid numbers dropping or at least maintaining an encouragingly low level .. Especially when one recalls that it topped 700 just a few weeks ago!
It does feel strange to go shopping, after driving there on almost deserted roads, and then encountering everyone wearing masks. It has been gratifying to see how tolerant and polite people are, including the checkout staff at supermarkets.
It is gratifying to see that most Farmers Markets are still flourishing .. observing all the rules, of course .. and I do encourage shoppers to patronise these venues. So many small local producers and businesses are finding life extremely difficult and they do need all the support we can give them.
Sadly, we are all missing our entertainment and with my total lack of technological skills AND a geriatric Mac I am not able to access the many offerings of Facebook.
Of course, readers can still arrange to collect books from local libraries and Meryll William of Rainy Day (pre-loved) books in The Basin happily accepts orders by phone and is there for a couple of hours each day for their collection at an arranged time. You can contact Meryll by phone or check out the website. PH. 9762 0862 OR http://www.rainydaybooks.com.au/
Happily, too, Arvy’s lovely little gallery and unique gift in Olinda is open every day (except Tuesday) between about 11.00 a.m. & 3.00 P.M. Continue reading “The Good Life: Sept 2020 (Just)”