The Little Sister and I had a large difference of opinion before breakfast, but when we headed out to the school room, she settled down and finished her writing task without too much fuss. Afterwards she would write me a little love note and slip it under my keyboard.
We turned Bearhands’ PT into PE, then headed back to the school room to try to get ahead of school work we’ll miss tomorrow when we drive down to Wacol to inspect a truck.
After lunch the Little Sister and I continued working on 3D shapes using toothpicks and blutack. She photographed our creations and submitted them as proof.
In the afternoon, our local MP Andrew Powell, dropped off some Maleny Cheese and Maleny Dairies products. He’d teamed up with the local businesses to host a little COVID19 giveaway and I put the girls names in last week thinking that some delicious yoghurt and cheese might brighten their day. It did.
The last session was tough for the Little Sister – the microphone on her computer stopped working, so she had to (excruciatingly slowly) type her responses to the teacher’s questions.
Online guitar lesson after school was hard work (for Mummy and the Little Sister). I tried to juggle the electrician who’d come to fix a light fitting and replace a fan, with keeping the over-zoomed Little Sister on task. Actually wrapped my own lesson up early, so I could get dinner on before I headed to my first GP appointment since I self isolated.
Was good to see my GP and feel like I’m once again being proactive with my health. He wrote up a few tests to check on things that have arisen in iso. Apparently many people, like me, have been avoiding the doctor for fear of catching the virus. Making another appointment for a fortnight felt like a further step in the right direction.
Dinner was roast chicken and veggies. Comfort food on a cooler night. Bit of a dry argument though – the online wine order I placed a fortnight ago, still hasn’t arrived.