Last day of resting

Hi. How are you? Unfortunately I’m still positive. I think I’ll stop even mentioning it until I’m negative, it’s getting very boring. Apparently some people are positive for 90 days.

David is out and about doing his normal activities again, although still a little symptomatic. Yesterday he bought a new jacket. David hardly ever buys new clothes so I said he must be ill 🤣.

I’m back to work tomorrow. Hopefully I will manage to stay awake. Tina can prod me with a long ruler if I’m nodding off. Getting up for work time will be a big shock.

Yesterday I made a lovely rhubarb cake with rhubarb from my garden and then forgot to eat it! I mean, how? 🤷‍♀️

I’m going to have a big piece for tea today.

This is the rhubarb plot..

It always amazes me that I planted this little rhubarb plant once, did nothing to it except water it a little in the summer months and it provides me with a massive crop year after year 😊.

I think I’m going to have a little afternoon nap now as it’s my last day of resting. Night night 😴Xx

P.S HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO HAZEL! Hazel is my awesome niece, 19 years young today. We’re going to visit her at Cambridge Uni at the end of this month, can’t wait!

Published by thewindsorwaffle

I love food and cooking (and eating). I live in Windsor, Berkshire with my husband David.

14 thoughts on “Last day of resting

  1. Yes, thats the thing with a rhubarb patch, it gets bigger each year, without any work. Enjoy. But how could you forget that pie? Shocker. “You must be ill.” Now where did I read that? 😉😁
    I love rhubarb, so its a good job I am not nearby. I would gladly help you.

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      1. Yes it felt strange going back to work still testing positive but the UK NHS advice is now you only isolate for 10 days, if you choose to, none of it is obligatory any more. So I did 11 days before my boss called me back in. I wore my mask all day and told all my colleagues to keep away as I felt I still may be contagious 😷. So proud I managed a whole day of work though 😀.

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      2. Personally I feel like if I have symptoms I may still be contagious, but apparently you can be asymptomatic and contagious, and not contagious but still test positive with residual disease. It’s all a bit beyond me but I’d rather err on the side of caution and keep everyone safe! 🙂

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