We got a care package from elderly neighbour Vaso's son before he left to isolate in Athens with the inlaws. Plastic water bottles full of their last years wine, a dozen of their fresh chook eggs and a big bucket of oranges.
Since then we've had an endless variety of goods coming in over the garden gate, besides our grocery shopping brought by our girls.
A bag of fresh fish thanks to a fisherman in the family. Only professional fishermen are allowed out now. A deputy Mayor in Crete who went with friends on an, amateur, fishing trip got fined 5,000 euros.
We passed on a bag of fresh fish and another loaf of bread to one of the egg providers.
Another bag of citrus fruit was passed over the gate a few days ago. Vaso's mandarines. They are spot on, big, sweet and juicy.
A long piece of piping was retrieved from the recycling bin and that slid through as well. Our old bbq, made from a hot water cylinder has, after 10 years or more, rusted underneath so there is a new one being built. Gives K something to chew on during the day instead of chewing me out.
More eggs than you could shake a fist at arrived today. Chooks everywhere are laying overtime. Tomorrow is dye-red-egg day
But the most unexpected and wonderful gift was a pot of icecream. This is a present from one of the girls but I have to keep it for after the Easter lamb on Sunday.