Another day in this new realty and another hero just doing what is needed.
Some of the today’s heroes appear hidden in plain sight.
Click the following to see why: “Coronavirus: Five London bus workers die, union confirms”
Venus, 89 million miles away, and beyond.
Our Cherry Blossom Tree
I usually enjoy the sudden onslaught of colour that accompanies spring. It’s not just the colour though; the better weather offers more opportunities to get out and about.
This year is different for obvious reasons and so today I have to be content with this view of my little cherry blossom tree that sits by our front door. Stay safe, stay in.
Thursday evenings: community solidarity ❤️/apart together.
Karen hasn’t done a big supermarket shop since February. We were away quite a bit at the beginning of the month so didn’t need much and then fell ill before the restrictions on movements came into force. So most of our shopping has been very local.
Today however marked an exciting change. I hope to have heavily influenced Karen’s list with lots of sweet and savoury goodies but am unsure whether they will materialise as I write this. Here’s hoping. 🙂
Ephemeral beauty in the mundane
Containment. Day five since receiving the Government’s text message. Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives.
Karen said to Pete. “Don’t worry, you will be allowed out again one day.”
At all seems a little unreal at the moment. I wonder if this is how the public felt in the Phoney War” in the winter of 1939 and spring of 1940?
We know what came after….