Tag Archives: Matthew Hallett

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 39 of Level 3, 3 September 2021.

 

Friday 3 September 2021, Day 39 of Level 3 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for another fabulous day, especially in having a wonderful undisturbed night using my secret anti-noise weapon 😻😂; for wonderful rain this morning and afternoon; for a very hard-working day, feeling squint now, getting up at 6h00 to not miss out on the Kfm Best of the Cape Awards; for my blood sugar level being down to 4,3 ❤️; for a walk to Woolies, shopping far more than I had planned, and met a lovely German lady there, she approaching me and saying that she had seen me walking past her apartment on Victoria Road, Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 37 of Level 3, 1 September 2021

 

Wednesday 1 September 2021, Spring Day, Cap Classique Day, Day 37 of Level 3 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a very hardworking day; for it being a sunny Spring Day but on the chilly side at 16C, and a very cold South Easter blowing now; for 2 Discovery Gameboard plays, one a lucky 400 points; for a fun Podcast interview with Matthew Hallett, over an hour long; for getting my pool pipe leak fixed 🙏; for the amazing astounding service by our new Sandak-Lewin Portfolio Manager Vanessa who started today, responding to all emails before the end of the day, and even after 17h00, and Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 33 of Level 3, 28 August 2021

 

Saturday 28 August 2021, Day 34 of level 3 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a slightly warmer day today, at 14C; for a working day, only breaking it with a walk to Pick n Pay, where I met our new Store Manager, the Italian Domenico, which can only be good news given the poor service we have had to endure for ages; for a company contracted by the City of Cape Town trimming all the palm trees along Victoria Road, until late afternoon, and even removing the palm fronds 👏👏👏; for a Bakoven walk tagged on, to increase my step number before I dance the balance to Kfm’s Blokparty; for Zest receiving two reviews on the Cape Town Restaurants: the Good, Continue reading →