G'day, Linda (and all to follow).
Enjoy your day of rest. I think you need to take a breather for a while.
I do hope the rescue workers can get recovery efforts managed as quickly as possible, this is a terrible time for those who are missing loved ones. We had a bridge disaster in Australia, back in about 1977, I think it was. A road bridge over the main railway line came down - onto the train that hit it. It was a peak-hour commuter train from the Blue Mountains and it happened at Granville. Our worst rail disaster. Those big flat sections of engineering can make rescue efforts so very difficult. And our rescuers didn't have the fast-flowing water to contend with!
We had a moderately busy day today - husband was pottering outside, I had the book to discuss with my client. But getting in the way - symptoms of an infection meant I had to call my friend the District Nurse, to give me an antibiotic injection. A real pain in the a***, if you know what I mean. There went an hour of my day, the injection alone takes a good half hour (12 ml, i.m.). So I was late to my client's, and sat there working for several hours favouring one cheek. Tonight - I'm hoping to head for bed early, I always feel a bit frail when this happens. Tomorrow - back to work finishing the book, just final polishing, before I email it in to the printer. Got to get it ready quickly, the client may have to dash off to Europe in the next fortnight. Half their luck!
Then it's back to my own work, in between difficult child 3's education (not much space for me, in the between cracks).
Here's hoping for a quiet day tomorrow - although I'll have both BF2 and difficult child 1 home. Individually, they make a lot of noise. Together... although difficult child 1 has a driving lesson to go for, that could quiet things down a bit.
Enjoy your Sunday, everyone.