6. Catch Up (Again). One of the features of this crisis has been a feeling of deja-vu. Was it May or June last year when we heard the painful cries of public figures who were just so, SO worried about the gloomy future for our children? Well, it felt that the whole of last week… Read More Lockdown 3.0: Catch Up (Again).
5. It’s Reading, Stupid! The week began with one of the brightest moonlit skies I can remember (was it like this before 2020? Did we ever notice them then?) and, as I do every day, I prayed for my family and my Dad in particular. A new month; renewed optimism. At school on Monday, the… Read More Lockdown 3.0: It’s Reading, Stupid!
4. Remote Control. And so this harsh month of January has finally concluded. Without question, I found this last week the most difficult. All those memories of Lockdown 1.0 – the clapping, the cooperation, the care and love, the birdsong and the zoomsong – all dissolving in uncertainty, worry, recriminations and loneliness. Certainly, from Monday… Read More Lockdown 3.0: Remote Control