Operation Oysterhood: 17 January

OYSTERHOOD is reclusiveness or solitude, or an overwhelming desire to stay at home.

— @HaggardHawks

I swear, Flat Eric ate all the Doritos!

My love and I went out to Grabouw today for some book shopping at the fabulous Liberty Books and a delicious brunch at the Railway Market, both a huge success. I thought that I had all the Harry Bosch novels to complete reading the series, but realised that there was one more missing and I found it at Liberty Books :) There was also Gus Ferguson’s Carpe Diem and Bridget Pitt’s Unbroken Wing. Both asked to come home with me. I don’t say no to books. My love took a photo of me with the literary loot at the bookshop and only realised at home that he captured me with a halo :) I love this photograph.

My love had to work in the afternoon and I just settled on the sofa for some reading. And I actually fell asleep, which is quite unusual for me. We then had a swim and he went back home while I put on my PJs and settled on the sofa again for the rest of the day. I did some editing work on my laptop, but not for long because the day felt like a real Sunday and I just could not bring up the necessary energy and motivation to continue.

I am still on the sofa, watching Man U win tonight. Right!?

Best news of today: someone was waving at the doctors in the ICU today. Thank all goddesses!

Be kind. Wear a mask. Support local.

“Physical distancing remains one of the key strategies to curb this pandemic.”


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