videnovasan wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:37 pm
Daniel_Craig wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:10 pm
videnovasan wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 26, 2020 9:38 pm
Now I really think he likes really short hair...how many times he cut it so short.....
Daniel was lucky with the hairdresser. He had more cut off before the hairdressers had to close in case of Corona.
I´m unlucky. Had my hair appointment tomorrow. Unfortunately, the hairdressers had to close at the beginning of the week. Let's see when they can open again.
I am already horrified because of the long hair... F *** C *****!
I hope that Daniel and Rachel have left New York with the baby and they are in a safe place.
Oh. That's not good, but better with long hair and without Corona...... BTW in Bulgarian Corona means crown....so we had a lot of fun in terms of this....
Someone wrote yesterday that he/she thinks that they are in UK.. I don't think so. Maybe upstate...I live in a small city just outside the capital and it is better at least to have an yard...small, but you can still have a little fresh air...So I think they upstate. Are the schools in Germany closed. In BG we have online education. Every day the kiddo is having Skype conference call with the class..
Stay save and don't think to much about the hair cut...at least I assume you have some scissors at your place.
You're right. Prefer long hair instead of corona.
So far, the hair is still of normal length. I always go to the hairdresser every 4-5 weeks. Short haircut must be taken care of. The next date would be on May 9th. Hopefully the hairdressers will be able to open again ...
I don't think they're in the UK either. Unfortunately it is no better there than in NY. Air traffic was stopped to a minimum worldwide. There are mostly return flights to bring the tourists home. Otherwise only cargo flights take place. I work in Frankfurt am Main. There is the largest German airport. I saw only one airplane today. The sky was bright blue without the usual condensation streaks.
I'm also glad that I don't live in a big city. 70,000 inhabitants are still manageable.
We enjoy the fresh air at 360 m above sea level. In summer it is not quite as hot as in Frankfurt.
The schools are closed. The students receive the teaching material at home. Restaurants are closed. Some offer delivery services. Hairdressers, tattoo studios, etc. are closed. Swimming pools, gyms are also closed.
Supermarkets, petrol stations and everything that is vital remains open.
The train runs and maintains the connections for everyone who has to work on site and cannot do a home office. I am one of them. The restaurant service on the trains has been reduced. There are only drinks from bottles and in cups. Food only packed. For safety reasons, hot dishes have been removed from the program. It is important that I can still access the restaurant service on the trains. I am mostly alone there. Keep distance. Most of the time you meet cool Bahn employees there and we talk.