It rained pretty much all day yesterday. I ducked out into the garden with my camera to get a picture to blog -- this is one of our dahlias, still blooming when many of the others have pretty much stopped. Other than that, I didn't leave the house.
I had plenty to do, though -- laundry, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom and kitchen. I threw away our shower curtain, which was in a truly deplorable state, just as our replacement arrived from Amazon. Perfect timing!
On the news, Boris is now advising us to live "fearlessly but with common sense" with regard to the coronavirus. How that translates into practical guidelines is apparently up to us. The consensus is that this government is remarkably ambiguous.
I also trimmed our gigantic dracaena, which was literally scraping the ceiling. (It looked like this a year ago, and it was even taller when I finally took the secateurs to it.) New sprouts will emerge at the top of those stalks -- there's already one on the middle stalk, which we cut a few months ago. I saved the cut pieces to root and turn into new plants, which maybe I'll take to work.
That stalk on the right is still a little tall, but I wanted to leave some leaves on the poor plant.
I spent the morning reading in bed, with Olga by my side: