Spring began with blue sky and sunshine while the world was
riddled with disease, an unseen enemy.
you are in the world we shared the same feelings - anxiety, frustration, missing the freedom we take so
much for granted and hugs from family.
so many positives. My wonderful husband coped with continual
burnt offerings as I couldn't concentrate, the safety of home
and garden, a well stocked larder and, most of all, the incredible
sacrifice being made by the front line workers here in the UK.
We have adapted to a new regime and even new words - 'lockdown' meant drinking in the pub after hours, and 'ramping up'
somehow related to plasma!
The world has changed immeasurably in 3 short months but, in the middle of the misery, human nature shines.
spirit is thriving as more people shop locally, home baking has
resumed and we appear to be re-appraising our priorities.
An explosion of musical and
innovative talent and businesses changing direction to meet the
demand of the day - I'm dazzled by the creativity. Even the sky is bluer
with less polution!
I wonder if, like me, you have wobbly days when you wonder if you'll ever hug
your kids again. I'm humbled by the venerable words of our new National
Hero, 100 year old Captain Tom, who tells us "tomorrow will be a
good day; we will get through this and come out of it stronger more
united and ready to face any challenge together!" In the meantime he
seranades us with 'We'll never walk alone' A legend!
While the world is in chaos it's even more important than usual to practice some BODY LOVE.
shown daily how very precious our normal life really is. And instead
of worrying about what we're missing most of us are appreciating how
lucky we are to be safe with a roof over our heads, food to eat and
fresh air to breathe.
Decide to practice some body love TODAY because life will get back to normal!
Most women don't talk about facial hair! In fact, it's the sort of thing that's rarely mentioned even
between the best of friends.
And of course beauty salons are OUT.
Although facial hair can be a severe problem for some women and I'm
certainly not equipped to give advice in that direction - for the majority of us it's wispy hairs that, like mushrooms, spring up
overnight and ... read more...