Using the www I can watch hundreds of thousands pron videos. Maybe more. I can see umpteen millions photos of men nakid or in various states of undress. I can look at incredibly handsome men and ultra stylish men. I can look at pictures of rough looking guys, all ethnic origins, and all ages.
Yet, across the road a tradesman laying some timber decking, maybe 150 metres away, took off his shirt today and I looked big time. He was a bit hard to see, but he looked ok and seeing him rather excited me, much more than any of the above. It's a queer thing.
R was becoming so stressed by the interruption to our normal lives we have decided, for better or worse, that we will back off. We will buy take away brunch out, along with take away coffee. R said he would rather be dead than not do that. We had the famous South Melbourne Market dim sims today, along with coffee from Degani. We are super careful with washing and sanitising our hands.
Tomorrow we will take the car for an exterior wash, maybe have take away brunch and coffee out and our mental sanity will be preserved.
Next week Oldest Niece's 6 year old daughter is staying with us overnight. R can't walk distances now, so we will drive to Albert Park Lake, illegally give the swans a tiny bit of bread and with her mother's consent buy an ice cream if the shop is open. Little M likes tv and the internet. There are board games to play. She is a curious and inquisitive child, so we expect lots of questions. She is smart but in a different way to Sister's daughter Jo. She is more a people person. We will have home made pizza for dinner and Little M will help to make them. R is so good with children.
Yesterday I mentioned former blogger Fen, and then today she pops up in a podcast from Melbourne's gay radio station Joy. Fen has a husband, just married a couple of years ago, and clearly she is not a lesbian so read nothing into her being on a gay radio station. (insert appropriate eye rolling emoticon).
I don't know if this will work world wide, but here is the link, https://joy.org.au/theinformer/2020/03/26/hidden-disabilities-and-quarantine-self-care-and-compassion-and-more/
Fen begins to talk about diaphragm breathing. Wise words, I am sure, but I seem to have lost my diaphragm. Not sure where it really is. Will I become pregnant?
Skip forward to 16 minutes to hear Fen talk wise words about what is happening in the world and our reactions. Wise words indeed. Fen sounds older than she is because it is a telephone interview, as Joy has stopped studio interviews.
Hopefully back to Tasmanian posts on Sunday.