For me, it's finding myself still in my pyjamas at 6.45pm! I have given myself a stern talking to and am just off for an instant wash, brush up and change of clothes for the evening! And I know I'm not the only one who has succumbed to this.
My daughter, a senior police officer in the Met has been working from home for the past few days. She was required to check-in for a last-minute conference call with colleagues yesterday, only to remember at the last second that she was having a 'duvet day', and had to quickly tilt her screen before she was discovered in her Paddington Bear pyjamas.
Tomorrow's a new day and I promise to do better!
Ha ha..we will keep you to that!
For me PJs are for bedtime or being ill in bed when small!
I change in the afternoon anyway after a shower, ready for a relaxed evening..yep old fashioned...😉
The worst thing about self isolation right now..not having small granddaughter coming for her care days xx
Oh yes Oldfloss that’s a real heartache and bless her. She must be so confused.
She will be..I have been around since she was born and cared for her since she was 1, when Mama went back to work for two days a week..plus all the extra days 🤣
Imagine how lovely that first hug and kiss will be when this is finally over.
For me that's one of the best things, our iron is broke and I'm like so what noones gonna see us anyway 😂 think things like this put that sortve stuff into perspective that it doesn't really matter, but I know what you.mean you get to a point where your like I really should wash 😂
You are right Florence 83. My husband still has to work and needs fresh white shirts, otherwise I think I might have joined you and thrown the iron away. I don't do his shirts though. Not a chance! (Of all hated chores, ironing is at the top of my list!)
Have a great day and thanks for cheering me up!
Omg I'm terrible at ironing shirts their the worst 😂 no problem
Hi Florence83, detestable things! I think my hatred of them started with my nursing uniforms back in the 1960s. I was an army nurse, so turn-out was demanded at such a high standard. Our dresses were like huge shirts and had to be ironed in strict order, small bits to large. By the time we'd done the large, all the small bits needed going over again. Awful.... 😫
Safe to say if I was in the army I'd be kicked out on my first day 😂