We are just back from town. We have had a trip over the moor to Stornoway so that Gerard was able to get the Covid vaccine. We received a phone call earlier in the week inviting him to attend this morning, it would have been churlish to refuse. I am thrilled that he has had it, a step closer to him feeling safe once more. Due to drugs/injections that he has to take he has a compromised immune system making him vulnerable. My parents have both had there's and our daughter who also has a compromised immune system had hers last Sunday.
We did carry on to the supermarket so that I could do a top up shop but sadly not a lot was available. Ferries have either been disrupted or cancelled over the last few days with more disruptions/cancellations predicted over the weekend. Weather conditions has been cited as the problem. Snow and road blockages on the mainland have been an issue for HGV vehicles getting up to the port. We are blessed that we have a big store cupboard so it isn't an issue for us. Toilet paper was once again sadly lacking on the shelves, that always makes me smile for some reason.
I have put the little bit of shopping away, had some lunch and lit the stove. It is my intention now to take things easy this afternoon and browse a few books for some inspiration for little gifts for the doorstep blessings project. I would appreciate any ideas that you may have.
It is blowing a gale outside, so hopefully better weather conditions wherever you may be. Take care and stay safe.
See you soon.