After what had been a traumatic few months I’ve finally decided to pop back into say Hi folks, I’m hoping everyone is well and staying safe in these very uncertain and frightening times.
We each have a part to play in keeping ourselves and others safe and well. First let me say I send out my condolences to those who have sadly lost loved ones due to this Coronavirus.
Like many of you I’ve been on lockdown since Mother’s Day, this was the last time I saw my dear mum. It is extremely heartbreaking to not be able to visit mum as I had been doing on a daily basis but for mums sake, other residents and staff it is better to take every precaution necessary.
I’ve been doing a bit more poetry over the last couple of months as it’s like a form of therapy for me especially as I suffer a few health issues one being Anxiety.
There will be many many more of you out there who will no doubt be going through similar but I feel like this is a community where we can all come together and support one another as best we can. No. It’s not easy but even just a bit of sunshine and the tweeting of birds can make any of us feel a little more positive hard as it may be.
I want to say that I wish each and everyone of you, family and friends to stay safe and keep busy as possible. I’ll be honest I’ve been finding it quite difficult as I’m a very tactile person and hugging is something I’m missing dreadfully, especially not being able to hug my grandson but there will be most of you also in the same boat.
I want to send you all virtual hugs and know that I’m here for anyone who wishes to share how they’re coping, maybe even giving each other a small gesture of kindness such as a “hello” or share stories, photos and such like, anything you find may help us. I’d love to be able to reach out to anyone who’s feeling that bit more vulnerable. Even in darkness the stars shine brightly.
Sending many blessings to you all.