I do a lot of Sudoku.
It keeps the mind active.
“faucet”... No-one here would know what that is.
Until the end of apartheid you could drink from any tap in South Africa.
With looting and mismanagement things deteriorated, so best ask in the area.
Still safe in all cities.
No, just 3 of us. Wife and daughter are pharmacists, luckily wife locums, so she swapped out most of her shifts and daughter studies further at the moment.
There’s a smaller shopping centre less than a km from us and a huge one 2-3km away.
Not my daughter.
I’m married for nearly 2 years. (dated for 6 years)
I have 3 kids, a son and two daughters. Two grandsons, 4 and 1 yrs old.
Smaller yard. but My wife and her daughter each have a Pekinese.
It is big enough for them.
Do you worry about the economy when it is safe to start working again?
Snoops, conspiracies about the virus.
Pinkie, here are the movement rules:
Off to (nearest) shop and back. Proof of adress and ID with you. Shopping and slips on the way back.
Proof if on your or back way from emergency (Dr, dentist)
2nd person in the car should not be a driver, meaning they needed a driver to emergency and should be on back seat where possible.
No walking to a shop if you own a car.
No walking dogs.
No exercise outside of the yard.
Except if you live in rural SA, where the masses live in small houses, ignore police and live in anarchy.
Things will change one the rumour stops that it is a white man’s illness.
(Two couples was arrested at their wedding and went to jail, with their wedding guests.)
Our law banned all sales of alcohol and cigarettes while in lockdown.
I was stocked up for 2 weeks alcohol, so using sparingly.
But we all know that lockdown will not last 3 weeks.
We all speculate, closer to 2-3 months.
Seems that your Tex took a holiday.
We are in separation, so the wife (and internet) keeps me busy.
We are not allowed to walk when we own a car. To the shop or to the pharmacy only!
One person per car, unless one can not drive and needs to be at an emergency.
Workers go to work by mini-taxi, one third of capacity to soace people out. Yet, in deeper darker Africa, it is anarchy. People go on as if nothing happened. Police can not take on the whole community.
Pinky, we have expensive “cable” tv which we cancelled years ago when the reruns grew.
There is enough on Netflix and the other 5 photo sites to keep me busy.
That is if the wife has no chores.
A bump from one isolation to a Pinkie isolation.