Well it was my birthday on 12th July so had planned to go out with some friends for drinks on Saturday night which was great and ended with me safely home after a great night out. Then on Monday 12th July I had booked some time off work and met up with some friends for … Continue reading Birthday Bash
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!
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
So I went on a train trip down to Cornwall, a couple of weeks ago, where I was able to celebrate Christmas, Easter and pubs reopening all in one week with my parents. I also even found time to get my hair cut for the first time in 6 months to ensure that I no … Continue reading The weighting game
A day of mixed emotions today I have been advised that I no longer needed to shield and so stepped out of my home and walked to work this morning and returned to the office. Its the first time I have walked into Exeter since I had my coronovirus jab, so things on the up … Continue reading A day to remember them
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
A 400m cordon was set up before the bomb – which was 1,000kg heavy, around 2.5m in length, and would have fallen from a Nazi bomber in 1942 – was detonated at about 6.10pm on Saturday 27th February. I could hear the explosion from my house which sounded like a firework going off when they … Continue reading WW2 bomb detonated in Exeter
The 28th February 2021 will be 6 years to the day since we lost my brother to him taking his own life on Saturday in 2015. In the early hours of the morning the young warrior was slain, and it was his own hand that pulling his trigger too. So I am the last of … Continue reading Oh Brother Where Art Thou?