Life is hard and at times it gets even harder. We try to get out of the maze but we keep on curling in the spirals of uncertainty. We are surrounded by so many people and their success stories that it really becomes difficult to cope up with our own life and we start imagining ourselves as a failure.
When it’s time for recess, Miss Mellon’s students pour through the school doors and swarm over the playground. They fly make-believe planes, tame dragons, and ride elephants. But wait – why are there a few kids standing alone and watching? Why aren’t they joining in? Why do they look so forlorn?
We know how difficult finding gifts for Dads can be and we also know that socks are a classic Father’s Day gift. But these aren’t your normal pair of socks.
As social distancing and the lockdown continues I have been interested to see what others have turned to in order to pass the time. Distract themselves from the situation etc. Everyone is dealing the prolonged time at home differently. For some they are coping quite well, some are struggling and some are floating between the two, having a mixture of good and bad days.
I remember when I was a young girl, carrying around one of my mum’s old bags. The only item inside was a fluffy Dalmatian puppy and a lip balm, I’m pretty sure, but I carried that bag wherever we went. Things have not changed, a lot. I’m still a big fan of bags and never leave home without one!
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There is no question that the lockdown has been a massive problem. However, it has come with some rays of hope. It has given many a chance to try to unwind and learn new skills and hobbies. There are many new skills that you can learn, and skills that you can teach your kids. Indeed, this lockdown is perfect for that. So, what are some examples of hobbies you can learn together?
As I sat down to write my life in lockdown update last week I was anxious about the pending update from the Prime Minister. Later that evening I sat, watched and listened to the update on where the UK was with the Coronavirus outbreak. With announced changes to lockdown measures within England. To say that this update was unclear and contradicting is somewhat of an understatement. Quite frankly, I was appalled by the possible timescale for reducing the lockdown measures.
The Instant Pot is a must-have kitchen appliance. I’m always one for tools that help with time-saving. But the Instant Pot goes beyond that. It’s fun to experiment and see what exactly the pressure cooker can do.
With VE-Day 75th anniversary celebrations very much in the media and on our minds last week. I watched Churchill’s speech, the coverage and social distancing street parties on the news. One of the things that have replayed on my mind time and time again is the ‘For your Tomorrow, we gave our Today’.