Weather good. Sunny, bit of a breeze as always but the rain stayed away. So I did the full walk.
Boats of the day.
In the morning my carer came. Now my regular S is lovely.
What she told me was not. Two of the carers I have had occasionally have both been tested positive. How can that be? Does the care company know? I do not know what to do. Should I ask? I don't want to get my carer into bother for having told me.
I am now asked by the care company if it is okay if x/z/y/ comes so no chance of me getting them. As I would say no if it was either of them but what if someone else has tested positive and no-one knows?
And it has been a while since I had either of them so I am not at risk. Really shook me.
The news later in the day was that our area was to be moved into tier 3 from 2. Tomorrow I had decided to meet a friend in a cafe which is still permitted. But not sure I now want to go.
It really should not be like this. Roll on 2021. Jab and longer days!
On the upside I had returned to the car from my walk and a young woman came over and asked if I needed help putting the chariot back in the car. I told her the DP would be back and he would do it but thanked her.
She then went on to say how she admired me walking whilst on oxygen. Her Father was on oxygen and refused to go out where he would be 'seen'.
So I said 'Do you want to take a photo of me?'
Such a simple thing. Made me feel good.