How are we doing in lock down? Chipping away at the days here, enjoying the extra time to write. I think its so important for those of us staying at home to keep busy with some form of hobby. Otherwise its so easy to get stuck in a downward spiral of worry. We need to keep our brains busy with something constructive in times like these. On a similar note: talking is so vital right now. Talking to others in our household, messaging and calling friends and family in isolation will make someones day and help all of us through this, which is why I’m supporting the #keepbritaintalking campaign.
Nothing to do with the article… just amused with the indecision over food…
Skill points to the Pink Floyd fan who knows where the title is from… anyhow hello! How is everyone doing in lock down? Chipping away at it here and taking things one day at a time. We’ve been quite tired lately; both with underlying stress at the whole state of things which has been giving me a little bit of discomfort in my knackered innards. Then of course Sarah has the extra riggors of making a little person… but we are getting there.
A few days ago I tried some of my brother-in-law Simon’s veg and polish sausage soup, and really enjoyed it. Today he has been making up a fresh batch with me peering over his shoulder (as much as a short-arse can with a 6ft-something bloke) to learn the recipe.
So last night at 8pm across Britain we stood outside our front doors and applauded frontline workers. I had heard about it and wondered if anyone down our road would be doing it.
Well the title says it all. I’m knackered. So much has gone on with the COVID-19 virus, and with all of the stress, worry and general anxiety it’s taking its toll. The problems aren’t too bad, they are just as I mentioned in my last post: tender stomach and tiredness. I can cope with it. On a cheerier note: saw this bee the other day. Tom likes bees.