Mick it feels so good to see him back to full strength.
He tires me out watching him too Bixa!
You sure do Kerouac. I think that was the morning he got lost when he went out for our croissants, so he had a good appetite for lunch!
He hopefully will take his quarantine wasting energy down the road for a few days to his Platoon Chiefs cottage and help him with some work. Since they work, eat, and sleep in the dorm together, they are considered family so he does not have to practice social distance with him.
I seem to have established quite a strict routine in the mornings. Breakfast and sit for an hour...then dust, hoover, disinfect all the light switches, door and cabinet handles, bannisters, wipe down all the kitchen worktops, doors, fridge, freezer. Shower, clean the bathroom, change the hand towels, get dressed...take the dog for a walk. Then lunch.
After that I do what I like...I havent really had a routine since I retired, but I think that this is the longest period I've been at home. I usually see my sisters at least twice weekly, and use any excuse to go into town for a wander. I do miss the girls. Establishing a routine to keep me busy in the morning helps me to stay sane. Gardening helps too.