Tag: #coronavirus

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May – when it rains it pours…

And I don’t mean the weather, which has actually been quite decent recently. No, this time it’s COVID. Everything was going so well. School was back up and running after the Easter break, the sun was shining, restrictions had been relaxed slightly and I’d had my second jab. Then our feet were swept from underneath us. First we were notified that my daughter’s school … Read More May – when it rains it pours…

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September – looking for normality

I don’t know about you but August seemed to pass by in the blink of an eye. Gone are the days of 10am wake ups and 3am bedtimes, and with a bump we are back to breakfast arguments and the school run. While our daily lives have been turned upside down —trust me, I was really apprehensive about sending Amberley back to school— it … Read More September – looking for normality

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August – meh!

So it’s August… anyone else feeling completely deflated? This time of year I’ve normally just been to spend a few days with family, had a night or two away just my daughter and I, had several fun and interesting days out, and would be in the middle of packing for our annual camping trip to Wales. Instead, I find myself locked at home in … Read More August – meh!

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July – what do you have in store for us?

How are we all feeling? What’s the situation where you are? I hope June was kind to you, for me it was much the same. In the UK everything is slowly starting to open back up but I still very rarely go anywhere. To me everything seems so strange and alien, and I doubt we will get back to ‘normal’ any time soon. There … Read More July – what do you have in store for us?

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June – a few days late

It’s safe to say my creativity has taken a nose dive and I’m struggling to find the motivation, and time, to sit down and write. To be fair, I can’t just blame it on our current situation. I often struggle to write at this time of the year as I have so many other things pulling for my attention, like making the house and … Read More June – a few days late