So Onward and upward from now on, and I hope my left eye will get the wonderful new lens sooner rather than later . My eyesight is still blurry, I have this little plastic shield to wear all day today, and at night for a while longer, and if outside and it is windy. A post surgery check up in 4 to 6 weeks, then new lenses in my glasses, and I should be good for some serious sewing and quilting. I have 2 exciting projects to start, both with some favourite batiks, so at the weekend might just have a play with them, arranging them in the colours and seeing if I need to alter any.
Meantime, 2 hours south of us in Wellington, a visitor from Sydney arrived last Friday, visited so many places, flew back on Monday and then tested positive for Covid 19. So the city is now in Alert Level 2, masks, distancing, gatherings limited to 100, ( conferences, weddings, funerals and more) others in isolation after staying at the same hotel, and some working from home. One person can cause so much disturbance, we are hoping no-one in that city will be infected. Tests galore, new testing stations are overrun with so many queuing up, I am hoping that our grandson and friends stay safe down there.
Quotation of the day, by William Shakespeare
" Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none"
Greetings from Jean