Harvey got his first vaccine shot today. I would have been tomorrow, but because we as a province have now run out of vaccine, mine has been put off until the 10th. Oh well, this is what happens when your previous federal governments get rid of the places that were capable of manufacturing said vaccines. We are now at the mercy of other countries pharma.
Still an end is in sight and I am happy about that. I will probably be phoning for Harvey's second jab in a month (Canada is extending the space between jabs 4 months).
The boys will be home on Friday at some point and I am really looking forward to that. They both live alone, Kurt had Covid in November and so should still be okay (have some antibodies) and Kris stays home unless it is to head out shopping. He is back to working at home. Both of them are very careful and so I am not too worried that they will bring something home.
Since I missed Thrifty Tuesday I though I would add it on to this post a day late. Finishing up the month.
So what thrifty things was I up to this week.
Fixed a pair of gloves that had developed a hole at the base of one finger.
Had many meals where I used up items in the fridge to make a new meal (though tomorrow we will be eating baked spaghetti again, I think I might have went a bit overboard).
Saved some bread ties and twist ties to use on the baking I am doing.
Baked my pie today and used butternut squash.
Drapes have been kept open during our sunny periods to take advantage of the light and solar heating (furnace hardly comes on at all during those days).
Well that's all I can think of right now.
Everybody have a wonderful evening.