Posted by sean on May 7, 2020 at 10:47 pm in Fun At Home with No Comments

Like my hair, the grass in the garden has been growing increasingly long. Due to self-isolating, it would be impossible to safely have my haircut at the moment.

My dad was able to drop by to mow the lawn – all while abiding to the two meter social distancing rule. In fact, he remained outdoors for his entire visit, while Claire and I stayed in the house, eating sweets and cooing over Roman.

As you can see from the photo, the grass had become very long!

The lawn has now been cut. It should remain short until tomorrow, when the three-day weekend promises a mix of hot sun and rain. Perfect conditions for grass to thrive – I may as well pour a gallon of Miracle Grow over it!

Frustratingly, while our lawn is neat and tidy (for now), my hair is becoming long and messy. I can’t ask my hairdresser to drop by, and Claire has (sensibly) refused to go anywhere near my mop.

There is a third option in case my hair grows really long. It involves my dad and the lawnmower…

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