My thoughts and prayers are with all who are struggling with loss through these strange times. Let’s pray that, phoenix like, new life will be born out of the fire of life through Covid.; New beginnings; a place renewed in its compassion for each other and the natural world all around us.
There are those touched by this pandemic in a way which will live with them for the rest of their lives;
there are those who have really struggled with the isolation and it has adversely affected their mental well being,
and there are others who have sailed through and managed to ‘get on with life’ quite cheerfully throughout.
Of course there is overlap too.
Sometimes I think it is hard for each group to appreciate the other’s situation.
I have been overwhelmed by the love and sympathy from friends, family and the wider community of Kinghorn when my Mum became ill and my father died of Covid back on 10th January.
Normal life ceased.
Dad died at 93 years old. He had been retired for longer than he worked, he had enjoyed a good healthy life, dancing and travelling with Mum until two years ago…. and the end was…
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The following post written by Jackie McCall on her lovely walking blog evoked so many happy memories of my days growing up in the St Albans area: A dear friend who used to live in Wheathamstead Batchwood Golf Course where … Continue reading