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Recent Diary Snippets

Monday and Tuesday It's incredible to think that it is nearly one year since the first UK lockdown, when the whole of the country learned a new way of living. The weather has been gifting us with some spring-like days which I've really enjoyed. My son is going back to his student accommodation in London… Continue reading Recent Diary Snippets

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Blogging, Corona Diary, Lockdown Diary

Lockdown, Series Three

During the first lockdown, in the spring, I went through a phase of posting a blog every day, using the hashtag Corona Diary (when I remembered).  I think I started off with gusto and petered out a bit towards the end.  We've just entered our third national lockdown in the UK and I don't intend… Continue reading Lockdown, Series Three

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On small acts of optimism

OK, so I probably didn't choose the best week to decide to blog a little more regularly here. There is just too much going on in the real world and, like many of you, I'm sure, I've been glued to the election news coming in from the United States, trying to stop myself from constantly… Continue reading On small acts of optimism

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National Blog Posting Month

Inspired by writer Liz Ward, I'm going to gently join in with National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) and post a blog a little more regularly during November. I love reading Liz at her blog and I also enjoyed her collection of essays which she published in 2018. One of the reasons I haven't been posting… Continue reading National Blog Posting Month

Blogging, Corona Diaries, Lockdown Diary

August Postcards

Our household of four is gathering its belongings together to make new plans in the Covid19 world. We can't really say post-covid yet, can we, since the virus is still circulating? I am writing less poetry and more prose, writing and typing, one word at at a time. As I loop ink around printed out… Continue reading August Postcards