Photo-a-Day (Wednesday, 1st April, 2020)
Photo: Brian (iPhone)
Sign of the times. Twelve months ago, who would have forseen a situation like this?
Interesting pic, Brian.
I Know fred I agree its a very scary situation, you never think that this could happen all over the world. I am very scared myself and upset this has happened, and all those poor innocent people who have died.
I hope we never see the like again.
That fella has a big jacket on but half mast britches and no socks ????
They had a guard on the door last week when I was there
It's gonna be a while longer until I get my hands on another pair of my favourite jeans. They're of stretch and the shade of blue like that of the girl's jeans, shown here. No doubt that 'the girl' also has fine shoes to match.
It was the same procedure at the Chemists two weeks ago.
It looks like Lisa Nandy has dropped in !
She'll have to wait her turn like everybody else.....;o)
But at least these people are able to go to the supermarket, some of us can't and have to stay put.
I would love to go and chose for myself.
Philip..I like maps...go back to yesterdays comments...
Hope you get your jeans before to long !
Why on earth do we need thousands of atomic bombs when can cripple the world with just a single animal.?
Helen, I've responded to yesterday's comment.
'Those jeans', eh? I'd bought my first pair a few year's ago in Liverpool, but since then I haven't had any luck in buying a second pair - Wigan's shop had offered jeans of only similar fabric. However, and once this lots all over, of course, I'll give the Wigan shop a third and final whirl. Take care.
I inherited a pair of jeans from my son, Philip.
They're stretch, a light blue and from Zara. Slim fit with plenty of give !