There was a very strange feeling at Sydney Airport today. Though of course there are times when it can be reasonably quiet there, there's always at least some "buzz" around the place. When I caught the train to the airport, there was only one other person who got off at the same time as me. … Continue reading Flying Home
"Where are you?", a colleague asked me the other day as we spoke on the phone. "I'm at the supermarket. I've run out of dishwashing liquid", I told him, adding how much I love the convenience of living quite close to a shopping centre. Ordinarily, I'd only be able to visit the supermarket on a … Continue reading Daytime Connection
I've become somewhat fascinated lately about the way in which people apply hand sanitiser. It's everywhere you go, from the supermarket to the pub. As I've observed others, it seems to me there's two types of user. There's the get it on, rub your hands about a bit kind of user. A bit like when … Continue reading Hand Sanitiser
I sneaked a quick peak through the window of my local pub. The chairs and tables were stacked up, and it was just as it was left back in March. The Crown Hotel, on the corner of Crown and Cleveland Streets, Surry Hills A friend of mine calls it "The Star Wars Bar", due to … Continue reading Returning To Normal
Tomorrow (Tuesday) marks seven weeks that I've been "working from home". I've been in to work only once (to pick up some equipment to assist me to work at home). For the most part it's been a pretty positive experience, though there are some negatives about the blurred line between "work" and "home". For example, … Continue reading The Little Things
When I woke this morning, there was a brief moment when I realised I had absolutely no idea what day it was. "Is it Saturday? Is it Sunday?" Later in the day an older family member joked, "You need to get yourself checked out for alzheimers. That's how I feel most days". I don't think … Continue reading What Day Is It?