I am privileged to be one of the over 70s to whom groceries may be delivered. As a person over seventy, it is better to stay home, away from shops and people.
Sunday, I went online and ordered my groceries. The shop warned that it could take up to two weeks before it could be delivered.
I was lucky there were still two spaces on Friday, April 3, between 10 – 12 am.
Today April 3, I prepared to receive my groceries.
I first washed my dishes to get enough space on my bench.
I cleaned the two bench sides. One side for the “so-called” could be infected groceries coming from the shop.
The other clean bench-top also ready and fresh for the groceries after I cleaned them with warm soapy water.
Just after 11 am my groceries arrived. Neatly packed in paper bags. I thanked the driver and clapped my hands out of thankfulness for his unique work.
I put the full bags on the “infected” bench top. I cleaned everything with warm soapy water. I took the paper bags outside, folded them up and threw them in my rubbish bag.
The last thing I need to do now is pack everything away.
Thank you all the packers and deliverers for bringing my needed groceries to my doorstep.