How’s it going?

I am literally writing this on the spot, so let’s see how I go. A lot of my posts are pretty much scheduled, but I didn’t have this one scheduled. I didn’t end up planting the seeds today >.< I’m not going into to much details, but my partners been having panic attacks. He’s a teacher who, kind of volunteered, to take on extra classes this year…

So you can only imagine what’s going on in his mind. No one would take them on last year, so he said he’ll give it a go. He’s also go a terrible mindset. He’s one of those, even when nothing goes wrong. His mind always goes to the worst, and it will go there for a long time. It’s hard, but I’m hoping everything he’s going through will help to change the way he at least thinks.

Other than that, I’ve still got not job. The weather was terrible, but I’ve put holes into the containers to get them ready for the seeds. Originally I was going to leave this post open to talk about that. I’ve decided to go with herbs in those containers. I think anything else would be far to big to grow in them.

The Australian Government have now been caught out underfunding Australians with the Jobkeeper payments, and telling us the wrong number of unemployed NOW. Which is also about a half, but a half more than what they were saying. How much this will affect the recovery, getting people back into jobs, getting the debt repaid. They don’t know…But you can’t pay something back with money you don’t have.

So I’m having a couple of drinks tonight, getting drunk. Apparently, Bars and Pubs/Restaurants are now opened back up in South Australia, but with limits. So some are still not reopening, because it wouldn’t be worth it. I, personally, wont be heading out straight away,lol. How about yourself? When things start to relax (and they will) will you head out straight away?

4 thoughts on “How’s it going?

  1. I hope you and your partner can push through the anxiety. I can’t pretend to understand how it feels, despite a few bouts of nerves over the past couple of years.

    As for what I’ll do when this is over – pub with mates and a big family party!

  2. It’s such a tough time for you both. I so understand that. Here the beaches are heaving , as if nothing has happened. Yet a sizeable proportion of the population are still following lockdown and looking at the beaches with stunned horror.

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