However if it stops raining I must get out to a post box and mail my accountants their cheque and my signed tax form so the gov't wheels can start turning. Our tax system is slightly bonkers: you have to calculate your own taxes and submit the forms to the gov't, which then recalculates your taxes to see if their figures agree with yours. I suppose it's easier to have you assemble all the paperwork for things like health bills and childcare expenses than for them to do it, but I'm sometimes envious of countries who do all the tax work for their citizens.
Also the weekend's unseasonable warmth started all the trees budding so my allergies are back again. Even quarantined at home, the sneezes and throat itches still happen, but at least they're happening a month later than usual.