Well a lot has happened since I last wrote in this space. Parents are both packing up all there belongings into boxes in their separate homes. Mum is moving back to Devon and Dad decided that he would move out of his bungalow into a new flat too. Who knew the stress of moving could … Continue reading Moving They Keep On Moving!
At the beginning of Covid-19 pandemic there was for some very strange reason a run on buying toilet paper and just the mention of the run on toilet paper and potential shortages due to panic buying made people buy even more causing even more shortages. Well to add fuel to the fire this time its … Continue reading Invasion of the page snatcher!
Lots happening and finally picked up a bit of my own advice coming back to me today after I had said it to someone else when looking to support them, I think I find it easier to give advice than I do take it even when it’s my own! Two weeks ago today I woke … Continue reading Work, health and happiness
So I have just gone and booked a little city break to Ireland in Dublin. The accomidation we will be staying in is an appartment right by the bridge in the photo above. I am so excited and it was a little bit of an impulsive holiday booking for me and a good friend to … Continue reading It’s all about the timing!
Well I am just coming to the end of a week off work, had an eclectic mix of things that I have done, went and caught up with some friends that I have not seen in over a year at a barbeque I made time to sort my home out a little too, taking out … Continue reading Taking a little time out
I had my second Covid-19 jab over the weekend all went well and no ill effects from my second oxford astrazeneca vaccine injection. I am incredibly grateful to the NHS staff and volunteers that have helped deliver millions of vaccinations in the UK and covered over 50% of the adult population with 2 injections now … Continue reading 2nd Covid-19 jab done & how I feel about that
On 11th March 2020 the world health organisation announced that COVID-19 could be characterized as a pandemic and that a pandemic was not a word to be used lightly. The early stages of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns were hard on many people, in different ways, unemployment, families trying to live, work and study … Continue reading Your Coronavirus Pandemic 1 Year on
Today is a good day to have a Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine injection. Today is a good day to finally let myself out of my home after having been told to shield since Tuesday. Today is a good day to walk to the doctor’s surgery in town and meet and que with other residents of Exeter waiting … Continue reading Today is a good day
Along with an Extra 1.7 million people in England I have been asked to shield at home starting from today. So no more trips to work, the shops or the pharmacy or meeting up with people outside or inside of my home or theirs home. I have been working full time with 2 days at … Continue reading I have been asked to Shield at Home
Or Money for nothing and contracts millions given to friends and party donors for free. I normally don’t get my news from Facebook but today a meme was doing the rounds about the lack of news on an important story. Matt Hancock the UK Health Minister has been found guilty of not disclosing NHS contracts … Continue reading If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well