A few random thoughts on this Monday:
Last week brought the 6th anniversary of our arrival in Ireland. Since our arrival, not a day has gone by when I have not felt gratitude for the fact that we get to live here.
An Taoiseach (our PM), who was a physician before entering politics, has put his name back on the medical register so he can help with the response to the Covid-19 crisis. I think that's pretty cool.
The other night, I was reading an email with podcast recommendations and found out about Phoebe Reads a Mystery. At the time, Phoebe (who also has a couple of other podcasts, which I had never heard of) was reading one chapter per day of Agatha Christie's first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, which features Hercule Poirot. There does not seem to be a separate website for the podcast but a search in a podcast app should get you there easily enough, if you're interested. I subscribed, then started back at episode/chapter one the other night and have listened to a few more since. It looks like she's finished that book now and has moved on to The Hound of the Baskervilles. She's a good reader and enjoyable to listen to.
We went for a walk around the block after supper a little while ago. It was brief, but nice.
I hope you're well and having a pleasant day.