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Topic: Anyone had to spend days alone without anyone to talk to?

  1. Ggrand
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    29 August 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, Paws, Dools and everyone...

    Hanna are you okay in lockdown?...

    I think Sam is so cute giving face mask kisses...the recipients must feel blessed....My furs try to pull it of me...

    Winter isn’t giving up so easily, very cold here today...

    Stay warm Dear Hanna and everyone if you’ve got this cold weather...if not can you send the sun out my way....

    kind thoughts everyone....with human and fur hugs...

    The Para Olympics are very inspirational to watch....I really do admire them all...

    Grandy..

  2. Hanna3
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    29 August 2021 in reply to Doolhof

    Hi Dools and paws

    Yes the town is so empty! There was a huge queue down one street and I realised that it was people waiting to get vaccinated so that's good! They finally got some Pfizer here at long last!

    It will be nice to have a library open again eventually and music back on instead of via zoom but who knows when that will happen!

    I'm trying to stay outside as much as I can.

    How much is the lockdown affecting your town paws?

    Dools I hope you are going OK. Is your garden look like Spring?

    Kisses on everyone's face masks from Sam! 😊🐕😷🐾🎶

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    30 August 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hi Hanna, Paws, Katy, Grandy and all,

    It must seem strange living in a region with lock downs. We have been so fortunate where we live. I hope they are lifted soon so people can get back to some kind of Covid normalcy.

    Does the library to a click and collect type service? Are there free book swap and share places in your towns? I guess they too may have been stopped due to covid. We have one in our town.

    Our garden is blooming with sour sobs and the grass is very long. I have trouble starting the push mower and the ride on just doesn't work for me. Our garden overwhelms me.

    I'm going for a walk shortly.

    Wishing you some happiness today. Cheers from Dools

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    30 August 2021 in reply to Doolhof

    Hello Hanna, Dools, Grandy, Katy & everyone,

    Dools I find my ride-on mower complicated to start... it's like having to remember an incantation with where you have to place your feet & what nobs/levers need to be in/out/forward/back...

    I went in to big town this arvo... the roads were very quiet, as was big town... almost all the traffic was either farm utes or tradies...

    I hope you all had some of the lovely weather I had here

    Hugs

    Paws

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    30 August 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi Paws and All,

    Paws, our ride on mower has always been a bit hit and miss for me. Sometimes I can't get it started. Other times it runs for a while and then decides to stop. It won't start again until my husband tries! I know it is just a machine, sometimes I wonder if it has gremlins in it!

    It is really a bit crook now and needs some attention so it is off to be serviced.

    We had visitors today, I was itching to get into the garden, maybe later on in the week! It was a glorious day here today also.

    Cheers all from Dools

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  6. Hanna3
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    30 August 2021 in reply to Doolhof

    Hi Dools paws everyone

    Sorry I'm so tired tonight please excuse me. I hope you managed to have an OK day hugs!

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    31 August 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hi Hanna and All,

    You take all the time you need Hanna.

    My day improved. I managed to make a couple of cakes, I brought in the washing and our visitors arrived at 12 noon. We had a simple lunch, I wasn't in the head space to organise much so we purchased a selection of sandwich options and I invited the guests to make their own.

    We went for a short walk, returned for afternoon tea and looked in some photo albums.

    After cleaning up when they left, I was so pleased I had not telephoned them asking them not to come because I was feeling so stressed out.

    I managed to accept I was feeling yuck. Kept going and had a nice day.

    Wishing you well Hanna and hope you have lots of snuggles with Sam to help you through. Regards form Dools

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  8. Hanna3
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    31 August 2021 in reply to Doolhof

    Hi Dools and everyone

    I'm sorry you're feeling blah Dools, sounds like you did your best to have a pleasant day and good idea about the sandwiches!

    Poor Sam threw up all his dinner last night and was very restless, he's still asleep this morning, I am hoping I can take him out to sit quietly in the park in some sunshine and I won't give him any food today... he hasn't got up yet he's still asleep on the bed, I hope he is OK... sending hugs.

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    31 August 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Oh Hanna...

    Poor little Sam... sleeping is good if he is unwell as it gives his little body time to pick up...

    We will keep fingers & paws crossed that he is back to himself soon

    Gentlest of pats for him & hugs for his worried ma

    Paws

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    31 August 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi paws and Dools Grandy Katy everyone

    Rather busy day took Sam to the park he's been on nil by mouth until this evening to rest his tummy. Did some house work and music practice and a couple of long chats on the phone with friends.

    This virus is here to stay and Israel has found out a third vaccination is necessary as the effect of the vaccine is waning.

    There more weeks until my second jab.

    Music is via zoom as we don't know when the lockdown will stop. I'm trying to keep Sam's coat from knotting as we can't get to the groomer.

    There's not much news these days everyone is stuck at home. I'm enjoying great talks on my new tablet.

    Hope everyone is well. Hugs to you all 💕🐕🐾😷🎶💖

  11. Hanna3
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    1 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Does anyone else find it hard to keep track of the days during lockdown? I keep forgetting what day it is!

    Various worries today. Lawn mowing men being intimidating. Got a social worker to check on stuff to do with the Housing office.

    Close call the woolworths where I nearly went on Saturday is a close contact site but I decided it looked too busy and didn't go in. Phew! Close call. 🤔😏

    How are you all managing?

    I have music via Zoom tomorrow which I've never done before! Feeling a bit anxious.

    Hugs to all 💖🎶😷🦠🌿🌼🐦💐

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    1 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hi everyone

    Hanna I’m glad you’re keeping safe! It’s difficult to keep track of the days at the best of times when one doesn’t work, as there’s no differentiation, so yes I imagine that would be harder in lockdown.

    Im glad to hear you’ve got a social worker on board, hope you get housing sorted out!

    I always find things over zoom weird. I didn’t like it when my psych appointments were forced online. Try a little square breathing (you can Google it) prior to settle your nerves.

    Wet and windy here. I’ve taken the day off after yesterday and am doing some uni stuff at home. The animals are all merrily snoozing. They’re good like that when the weather is rubbish :)

    How is Sam’s tummy today? Storm has a silly puffy ear again. I’m poor so it will have to stay puffy for a bit.

    Yesterday the Salvos had big crates of mandarins and carrots outside for the taking, so I filled my handbag on the way past and sent my son a pic which he found amusing! At least I won’t go hungry :)

    *Dools you asked if I have a thread and I do but it might be triggering for you. I hope you’re managing ok and giving yourself lots of love and gentleness.

    That goes for everyone. Such wonderful people in this community. Hugs to all x

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  13. Hanna3
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    1 September 2021 in reply to Katyonthehamsterwheel

    Hi. Katy

    I was chatting to a friend in coastal town today and she finds she's losing track of the days too as there's so little you can do outside your home.

    I've been meaning to say the minute you get this virus in your state get on the queue to be vaccinated! This thing is so contagious.

    The free fruit sounds great!

    I know G doesn't like zoom either but we didn't know how much longer this lockdown will be. We'll probably just talk. He has severe phone anxiety as he can't see facial expressions etc. So I think that's why he prefers zoom.

    Texted another lady from Iran I met months ago and we had coffee. I texted her after that with no reply. Tried again today with no response. I wonder what it is with people here?

    Oh well. Sitting with Sam by the river enjoying the late afternoon.

    Hang in there with Uni! Hugs 🐾🐕😷🌿🌼

  14. Ggrand
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    1 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, Paws, Katey and everyone...🤗..

    Yes..I have been getting my days mixed up ever since Vinnies closed due to COVID...at least when I volunteered their on Tuesdays... I could work out the other days because I had that day to make sure I went out😂😂..

    I don’t like zoom but do at times...I dislike what I look like and I get embarrassed by my looks....I much prefer just phoning...

    I was tested a couple of weeks ago when I was in Woolworths with an infected person...I am pleased you didn’t go in...Its getting harder to be safe when we need to shop...

    You’re afternoon sounds sounds delightfully peaceful. Sitting with Sam by the river...We have a river that runs through the W town..but no tables or chairs are set up so we can sit and enjoy the peacefulness of it....If I sat on the ground..I wouldn’t be able to get up again😂😂..

    I hope you enjoy your music lesson tomorrow and your teacher is relaxed enough on zoom...and you too of course..

    Kind thoughts lovey ladies...

    Grandy..

  15. Hanna3
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    1 September 2021 in reply to Ggrand

    Thanks Grandy! I don't like what I look like either on the camera.. We had hoped the lock down would be over so we could have a normal lesson, but the covid goes on and on. Poor G has terrible social anxiety and texts rather than speak on the phone and would rather Zoom than the phone unlike me. He really does have a debilitating shyness.

    I am wondering why when I text people I've met up with do they want to meet up again, they don't reply? I'd rather they texted "thank you but no thank you" than make me feel stupid asking them again thinking they must have missed the text last time. Is it so hard to be polite? Apparently.

    I am regretting coming here except for the nice friendship with my teacher. The covid is less bad up north too. Yes Grandy be careful because it's hard to go inside into shops at all now and your are closed to town D. I am anxious about going to Woolworths now and one of the petrol stations here was another contact place - but you have to put petrol in the car!!!

    How are you filling in the days Grandy? Paws? What is everyone managing to do? We do two walks a day, I do music practice, I have a coffee by the river with Sam, I listen to talks on my tablet and watch the Olympics in the evening. It would be nice to have some human company!

    My friend up the coast is lonely as she lives alone, was moving to NZ soon but that is off for who knows how long (she is moving to live near her brother there) and our mutual friend has sold her house there and moved to an inland town where she has a close friend. So even where I moved from, people are shifting away gradually. My friend said she is reading a lot and going for walks to pass the time. I guess we are all in the same boat!

    Hugs all round oxoxoxo

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    1 September 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    How are you going paws and how is Woofa? What's happening with the mice (dare I ask)!

    Talking via email with an old friend in coastal town. They talk about living with covid but it's not that easy. It's getting tricky shopping in the supermarkets here.

    These are tricky times, hope you are OK 🌷🦚🌻🐾🎸🐕

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    1 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, Grandy, Katy, Dools,

    I guess that as people aren't allowed to meet up with people from outside their home unit (apart from bubble buddies) that may be why you are not getting a response at the moment... though I agree it would be nice if they at least said no.

    It's wonderful to hear that you have finally found a social worker to help you with things...

    Hanna I'm probably not the best person to ask about beating boredom... I don't struggle with loneliness & I really don't get bored... I do understand that it is a common problem for many people & has been made worse with lockdown... but I'm never on top of all the things I need to do or want to do... lacking motivation due to low mood is my main problem...

    I really don't know what might help you... gardening (even if just in pots)... reading, jigsaws, studying a topic that interests you (even if it's not an actual class, but rather just seeing what info you can find on line or from texts you can get from the library)... I know with your hands & eyes you are probably limited with what craft projects you could do... umm playing computer games like mahjong, minesweeper, tetris & keep trying to beat your best times... from memory you used to write (was it for radio?)... perhaps you could try writing again...

    One thing I think you would be good at & it would keep you busy is perhaps advocating... a lot of people needing welfare/housing etc don't have your literacy, writing skills... perhaps you could help local groups with putting submissions or you could make submissions yourself... it is something you could do from home & you have lived experience of how hard it is to find the support you need... giving this info to welfare/charities/government & pointing out the short comings you found with what they do could only be useful... once lockdown ends you could even meet up with whatever local groups you had been helping...

    Hugs

    Paws

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  18. Hanna3
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    1 September 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi Paws,

    Oh I'm not bored, I have so many interests - I must have worded my post wrongly. I just would like some more human interaction in real life! I suggested meeting this lady outdoors, socially distancing with masks - but no answer.

    I have heaps to do here - being introvert - but I do miss talking to another human face to face. I was just wondering what others here are doing?

    I wouldn't volunteer anything here with the covid so bad - and anyway everything is in hard lock down.

    Off to watch the para olympics, wish me luck with Zooming tomorrow, yuk! hugs.

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    Hello Hanna,

    I don't have face to face meetings more than about 3 or 4 times a year... I really don't miss it... if it turns out to only be once in a year then I'm fine with that... though I am missing being able to visit my elderly relative...

    Very warm here this arvo... even Woofa gave away laying in the sun to join me in front of the fan... he is out on the verandah now having an early chat...

    How did using Zoom go? Did it work properly?

    Hugs

    Paws

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    2 September 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi Paws,

    Zoom only worked for a couple of minutes and then it crashed. I am going to have to take the computer again to the repairer and see if they can figure out whether it's the wifi connection or my antivirus or I've downloaded Zoom incorrectly. We ended up talking on the phone which G doesn't really like. It was disappointing.

    We talked a lot about the virus. There is no solution to this. He is staying away from anywhere he mixes with other people and concentrating on keeping fit, which is sensible.

    These are really difficult days we are headed for! How are things in your area, are there any cases? Be very, very careful until you have your second dose of vaccine.

    Everyone do be careful this thing isn't going away. I have two weeks until my second jab and I think it's a couple of weeks after that until fully covered. You can still get the virus but mostly less sick and not hospitalised.

    Grandy, Katy, everyone, do get a shot as soon as you can and take care. Hugs.

    No news - nobody is doing anything other than exercise outdoors! Hugs everyone xoxoxo

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    2 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, Paws, Katey and everyone....🤗..

    Im sorry that your zoom thingy only worked for a few minutes...It’s really nice though that you and G talked on the phone...even though he doesn’t really like it, he at least got some human voice contact..which I feel is so very important in these times...maybe, we’ll hopefully G might become comfortable talking to you on the phone Hanna...

    I get my second astra shot 2nd November...unless my Dr. moves it forward..but I really hope she doesn’t....I am at home mostly, not going anywhere and trying to keep myself busy..which is getting harder each day....

    Same here..no news today from me, except the Internet went down again for most of the day....Its really annoying, not being able to play games, talk on here and when the Internet is down the phone goes out of service....

    I have realised just how much I rely on the internet to keep myself busy throughout my days...way way to much...

    I hope you all have a nice evening/night and do something that you like until..Mr Sandman pays a visit to you..

    My kind thoughts everyone with hugs..

    Grandy,,

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    2 September 2021 in reply to Ggrand

    Hi Grandy

    I have been wondering how you are going as you are closer to D town where the virus is so bad.

    I think sop many people are using the internet it's overloaded. G worked out it's probably my new antivirus that crashed the computer so off to the repair shop I go again! More money!

    He is on a property and isn't going out at all until he's fully vaccinated and then not much.

    I am going to try click and collect or only go to the supermarket late in the day for greater safety.

    The supermarket I nearly went to the other day had the virus and so did the post office I nearly went to!

    It's getting dangerous out there! You be careful!

    There are some lovely utube videos about rescued animals and cute ones of people's pets and the funny things they do.

    Another person I know is decluttrring one space each day even if its just one drawer. She says it's looking better already!

    Keep safe dear lady and Deebi! 💕🐕🌻😷🐶🐦

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    3 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hi Hanna, Grandy, Paws and all reading,

    My heart goes out to you all and to everyone who is in lockdown. In our region we are safe at present. I can't imagine what it is like to need to consider if you really need to go out or not to make essential purchases and attend appointments.

    I hope you all keep safe and well. Even though we have no known community cases here, doesn't mean we shouldn't be keeping vigilant as well.

    I congratulate you all on managing to get through each day! It must be concerning when the delta strain is so close. It sounds like you have some good strategies.

    The internet certainly is a wonderful form of information and entertainment.

    Take care everyone. My thoughts are with you all.

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  24. Hanna3
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    4 September 2021 in reply to Doolhof

    Hi Dools, Paws, Katy, Grandy, everyone

    Just a quick hello. There's not much to report here as nobody is able to do much except go out for a walk. Rainy day today perfect for walking as it's nice and chilly! I keep getting emails about contact spots here in town and there seem to be more and more - I'm alarmed at the thought of needing to get groceries!

    I spoke to a couple of friends on the phone but nobody is able to to much so nobody has any news. I blog with a few people so am chatting that way with them also in lockdown in other states/overseas.

    How is everyone going? These times are going to go on for a long time I think. Two weeks now until I finally get my second jab of the vaccine, hooray! Until then I have to keep hunkered down, and even after that as I still don't want to catch it for a while.

    Hugs to everyone here. I have to dry off little Sam who got rather damp in the light rain when we just went for a lovely long walk!

    oxoxoxoxo

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    4 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hi Hanna, all :)

    We’re so lucky here in WA, although it’s only a matter of time I’m sure. We had a small scare with an infected truckie coming in, but seems it was contained. I really feel for you all over that way. Can you get home delivery with your groceries? Please do stay safe.

    I must say that I love that you like the cool rainy weather. I hate it lol. We’ve had the most gorgeous day here, I sat in the sunshine out the back after yoga and just bathed in it. So did Stormy! It’s freezing now though. I need to get my ugg boots on so I can sit at my desk and work on my thesis!

    I’d really just love to curl up with a good book - my book order finally arrived! Have you been finding some nice YouTube stuff to watch? What kinds of blogs are you into? Maybe you could start your own and make some money off it? Id love to do that. What could we blog about? Dogs? :)

    Hugs to you, Sam, and your friends here x

  26. Hanna3
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    4 September 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi. Paws

    How are you and Woofa going? I hope everything is OK.

    Lovely cool slightly rainy weather today good for walking! Nothing else to do in town as the virus is everywhere.

    Busy chatting online with a few people whose blogs I have been following for years now. It's like talking to old friends!

    Hugs from me and Sam 😷🐾🌻🌿🌼

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    4 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, Katy, Dools, Grandy wave to everyone,

    Did the computer place solve why zoom crashed?

    Thankfully there is no covid near here yet... keeping fingers crossed it stays that way.

    I over slept today... I did the usual get up at 6am to feed & let Woofa out & went back to bed to grab a couple more hours... it's Woofa's fault... he didn't wake me to feed him his lunch... I ended up sleeping til after 3pm.

    I dreamt that I had a lotto win of over 8 million... I'm sure it wasn't a premonition as in the dream I was in my late twenties & still working full time... drats!!!

    Hugs to all

    Paws

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    5 September 2021 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi. Paws

    Pity the lottery win was just a dream!

    Cold and windy here today but I enjoy the cool weather

    Desperately need to do supermarket shopping but better to wait for a sunny day when more people are outdoors!

    Will be so glad to get my second jab in 2 weeks.

    I'm very unhappy about the laptop! Paid the first repairer about $300 to have it all refurbished and I asked him was the hard drive ok and he said it was fine.

    Took it after the zoom crash to another repairer who didn't charge me because they said the hard drive is dying and it couldn't cope with the zoom on top of everything else!

    I think I can do zoom on my little Android tablet via Bluetooth. I'll know this Thursday I guess when we try again. You can imagine how I feel about the three hundred I spent for nothing!

    I hope Woofa is good. How are your relatives in the city managing the lockdown?

    Hugs from us here! 😷💖🐾🌻🌿🌼

  29. Hanna3
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    5 September 2021 in reply to Katyonthehamsterwheel

    Hi Katy

    Yep I enjoy the cold weather I've always enjoyed having distinct seasons - but nice days at the beach are definitely nice!

    I've been chatting with several book bloggers for years now and three nurse bloggers in the USA so even though we've never met they're like old friends! Very helpful in these difficult times.

    Lots of great talks on utube. Sadhguru is rather good for short ones!

    I also have a favourite guitarist in Nashville called Justin johnson. He has very long hair and plays blues a lot which I love and also Josh Lane in Canada is a superb harpist who all the harp teachers here follow.

    Good distraction from the plague!!!

    Yes WA is on borrowed time. It's strange to think you're not going through all this like we are here!

    Sending big hugs to you and Grandy Dools Paws and everyone!

    😷💖🐕🌻🐦🌿🌼🦚🎶

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    5 September 2021 in reply to Hanna3

    Hello Hanna, wave to everyone,

    Oh really not impressed with your first computer repairer... what a mongrel.

    I have a Drs appointment tomorrow morning... so will do a run to the chemist & Woolies while I'm in big town... & I have a drive in & collect to pick up at Bunnings... so it will be a busy morning... as it will be a Woofa free trip I won't be popular when I get home.

    I've been trying to book in for my second jab... no appointments available anywhere... I'm hoping with the new lot arriving from overseas we will get some out this way...

    After the last few days were mild here it has turned wintery again tonight...

    Hugs

    Paws

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