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Lockdown in Spain Part 3 - A Difficult Day and a Study of Poo(h)

It seems to be 10th April. It's noon on Friday four working weeks into our lockdown. I wouldn't be at all surprised if it is longer. In fact I will be surprised if it isn't. It's a struggle. The weather is in sympathy with the virus and is doing all it can to keep me indoors. Cold, wet, windy edging on stormy. Yes, I am still in Andalucia. It doesn't seem so.

It is getting difficult to get out of the warm and cosy bed. Getting dressed seems like a pointless exercise.Yet would be the only exercise some days. My days revolve around mealtimes. I do admit I am quite enjoying more time to cook. More time to Google ' Best Crispy Wedge Potatoes' 'Spicy Chicken Wing  Marinade' 'What animal digs a shallow hole to poo in' 'What's the PH of our stomach'
And there have been many, many more..

I'm from mixed parentage. An optimist and a pessimist ( good typo there for a moment - pissimist -think it will catch on?) I might start using that.…

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