Well we had an interesting event this week that only happened once in history.
On Wednesday, at 20 minutes past eight pm, using military time, it was 20:20:20: 2020
If you see someone flying around the streets of the Bay, it is probably Lavina White in her fancy new car.
No, Lavina that is not a donkey behind you and since when does a donkey have red and blue flashing lights?
Happy birthday this week to gorgeous Jenny McCaskill from Batehaven.
I hope John treated you like a queen for the day ... well for the week actually!
Great to see so many people out walking our beautiful beaches.
If COVID has done anything positive, it is getting us out into the fresh air and appreciating the place we live in.
Happy 13th birthday to Koby Donnelly from Moruya. Koby loves reading, so I'm guessing books will be on his birthday list but he can't wait to get back to soccer and hang out with his mates.
I believe a new Xbox was also on the list!
Deserving a gold medal, this wonderful couple from Batehaven, Tanya and John Nugent who are celebrating their 39th wedding anniversary.
Tanya must have been a child bride because she only looks 39 now!
Also celebrating a birthday this week, the lovely Jeanie Patrech from the Bay.
I hope you had a fabulous day Jeanie.
Eventually, with no sports to watch ... in nine months time there will be a baby boom and we will call them Coronials.
Leanne McConchie is sad that she will not be able to see her gorgeous grandson Hunter Roberson who lives in Terry Hills in Sydney.
She did manage to get in a visit from her daughter Stephanie and Hunter's baby brother Nash before restrictions made it difficult.
Like everyone Leanne says it's hard not seeing them, especially the little ones but don't worry Leanne, it will soon be go go go!
Don't forget to get yourself tested if you are concerned.
The testing station in the Eurobodalla shire is located at the Moruya Hospital.
You will need to call first 1800 999 880. Testing is available from 9am to 5pm daily.
I love to go for a little drive up to the very pretty village of Nelligen and sit on the wharf with a takeaway from the little cafe; however, Nelligen Wharf will be closed for two weeks from May 25 to give the historic wharf a major facelift.
The upgrade has been scheduled for the off-season and while COVID-19 restrictions are in place; tourism operators will have a safer wharf once restrictions have eased.