I was thinking about how much life has changed for most of us over the last six months or so and all the little things which I once took for granted but have come to appreciate.
Our hospice charity shop opened up again last week and it was so lovely to call in, chat to the volunteers, pick up a pair of trousers for £5 and have a browse around.
I'm happy you could be there in person, I hope it stays this way.
I know I am in the minority here, maybe a minority of one now, in regularly attending church, but today we had our first service in the church since March. It was odd, chairs spaced out, no singing, masks in place, but it was still a lovely occasion. We have had online services, but they just weren't the same.
Just a small step towards normal!
I need a gig.
Living in the Highlands there's very few locally (unless you REALLY like Stone Roses tribute acts) so, as many times as practical, I head south.
Jesse Malin 7th March was the last and I'm jonesing.
Yes, Steve, I have learned you have to project a lot more. No muttering!
But Mr. B and I have turned toward things at home - I haven't been in the city of Berlin - as we live on the outskirts - since the beginning of corona. No Meet me in the City tonight.
Got lots of things done around the house, getting the garden into shape during the next weeks. 😷
Since the adoption of masks, I've learned that everyone has beautiful eyes.
And that it's true that's where we really smile.
@whispered secret my whole life perspective has changed, pretty much, since March 2020. I don’t sweat the small stuff as much, but I appreciate a lot of things much more than I used to. You guys know I love my bike and I have never loved being out there as much as after the total lockdown...