I'm learning Spanish on Duolingo. I started at the end of March and have managed to do at least one lesson every day in April. Not that I will be going to Spain any time soon to practise it but it's good to be prepared! Bravo!
We are growing runner beans, courgettes and tomatoes from seed. We've had varied success in the past but this year, things are so far looking good. We'll never be self sufficient but there is nothing nicer than picking fruit and vegetables from the garden and eating them fresh that day. We also have raspberries and strawberries growing and at the moment, the snails and slugs seem to be leaving them alone - famous last words.
I've learnt how to sew face masks. They aren't mandatory here - yet, but if it should come to that I am prepared!
I have discovered that with a bit of foreward planning, detailed shopping lists and meal plans, I can shop just once a week. I can't wait to see if we end up spending less!
I've finished my dvd box set of Season 15 Grey's Anatomy ... and already can't wait for Season 16 to be released over here. Lots of loose ends that need tying up!
📖📖📖I read two books this month. The first was one from our Online Book Club, Recipe for a Perfect Life by Karma Brown and the other was written by one of my favourite authors - Diane Chamberlain - Big Lies in a Small Town. I would recommend them both.
Maybe being confined to the house is not too much of a hindrance in achieving things after all.