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Hati Started conversation May 3, 2020
I would say the self-isolation and social distancing and all that suits me fine. The main downside is the knowing that I can't go away. Not that I desperately want to. Just the thing in my head.
I am not bored. The w*rk takes more time than normally, there are all those thing people do in spring (gardening and stuff), and there is a pile of books I want to read.
Pierce The Pirate ~ out of Hotblack Desiato mode again ~ Posted May 3, 2020
The trick is to concentrate on what I can do - and ignore the stuff I can't
I believe it gets a bit easier with age. As stuff takes a lot longer to accomplish when you are retired.
Writing a letter for example. When you are retired you can ponder for days on what to write, find the right paper, the right pen, typewriter, computer, font, envelope, stamp - you name it.
The same when preparing breakfast: Hard boiled, soft boiled, something in between, scrambled? Pot, pan, skillet?
Back in my day it hardly took me five minutes. These days a soft boiled egg can easily take 30 ...
Hati Posted May 3, 2020
Pierce The Pirate ~ out of Hotblack Desiato mode again ~ Posted May 4, 2020
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