I was up first on Sunday morning and mopped the utility room floor before taking mugs of tea back to bed. We read until 8.15am, had a toasted muffin each for breakfast, watched the Andrew Marr Show and I painted my nails.
Although it had snowed for almost 2 hours, it hadn't settled and by 10.30am it was dry and sunny so we spent another day in the garden. I weeded and Jon continued with clearing the top of the garden.
After a break for noodles, we made a rustic strawberry planter from an old oak pallet the joiners had left us when they fitted the windows last September along with some bits salvaged from the woodpile.
Back indoors I wrapped the weekend eBay sales and swept the upstairs rugs. Jon couldn't find Stephen and walked around the garden searching for him spotting him frantically tapping the window in the Kinky Shed window, I'd not noticed that he'd followed me in when I got the stock out and I'd locked him in!
Jon made veggie sort-of-gyros for tea - thinly sliced vegeburgers & salad on naan. We watched a couple of episodes of Waking The Dead and, the highlight of the week, Line of Duty.
I continued reading Lone Wolf in bed. I'd forgotten how much I enjoy Jodi Picoult's writing.
Jon did the post office and supermarket run whilst I dug a family heirloom out from under the bed. After four months, non-essential shops reopen in England today. Much as I enjoy a rummage in a charity shop I'm having far too much fun at home to bother with the town centre.