I was in Bunnings a couple of days ago and someone had about 20 packets of veggie seeds at the checkout. Not sure if was virus related or not, but I had my suspicions
Well, at least some small businesses are doing well out of this. And a return to home gardening for food might not be a bad thing.
Yep, a friend runs a small garden centre here. They've been cleaned out.
Could i daydream that some of these changes in behaviour might last after covid19 is long gone?
Behaviours like hoarding toilet paper? Its giving everyone else the shits.
Yep we have officially lost the plot. Saw a women in the supermarket this morning with 10 packets of breakfast cereal, and that was just the start of the trolley. And someone stole the bog rolls from the toilets at work on Monday
...and pharmacies are now having to lock up their HIV medications because some of these have been reportedly trialed for treating CV patients, and are therefore being misappropriated (now stored in the narcotic safe at work to prevent this)!
Invis - behaviours like making meals, growing food, planning ahead. The toilet paper and the other hoarding behaviours are deplorable.
I think people will be very careful about their toilet paper use. Soon I’ll be implementing the old system of management of cloth nappies we used 30 years ago, but using small cloth rags instead of nappies, buckets and soaker cleaning chemicals....
How did the seedling run go ?
Had a couple of Customer waiting when I arrived, much like Spring when everyone is hanging out for there Tomatoes