Am surprised, possibly alarmed, at how little difference the lockdown is making to my life. OK, it's stopping us from going to Tasmania, or anywhere else, but it doesn't seem to make much difference to the day-to-day.
Now that we're out of quarantine, we're going to the usual shops to buy the usual things. Today we'll go to the market and I guess that it will feel different when I realise I can't buy gozleme for lunch, or go to La Lapa for coffee. Or buy plants for the spaces in the garden that need filling after summer.
Wine and coffee have been on-line purchases for some time, so that's two essentials covered.
Music is different, restricted. I'm very sad that the Piers Lane/Goldner quartet concerts aren't going ahead.