Except that it doesn't seem to be possible to go back!
Apparently there is a thing called "scream therapy" and right now I feel it might help, but I don't have anywhere to scream safely without it causing distress to people around me and resulting in the emergency services arriving. So I will do the British stiff upper lip thing and keep telling myself to deal with one thing at a time.
So things that need dealing with, preferably over the next week:
* Do the chat help thing with Vodafone to sort out either the reverse SIM switch or request a new SIM.
* Book a flu jab for me (and possibly for G too)
* Talk to the garage about the oil change warning that has popped up on the car dashboard.
* Go to a jewellers to get a new battery fitted in G's watch which stopped working this morning.
In more upbeat news, I did the weekly big shop this morning. Actually the "big shop" is now somewhat smaller. I have maxed out my storage space so the Brexit stockpile will not grow any bigger and I'll just be replacing items as they are used.
I went to the Eurospar for their nice eggs, the cheaper Fruit & Fibre, the local Welsh monthly newspaper (produced by volunteers), and some of the different and more interesting cakes they have. From there it was on to the Co-op to stock up on the usual fruit, veg, milk and frozen foods.