Sorry I’ve taken a hiatus from this blog. 2020 was a very tough year for me, as you know in the UK we’ve been locked down very hard. I don’t know what is like another countries. And how many people cope with it. I do you live next to a park which makes it a lot easier. But there are still lots of people that break the rules, and that makes me nervous.
The easiest way I found pass the time is to play my guitar, make my jewellery, and watch as many shows on Netflix as possible. I’m very sick of zoom. Everyone wants consume to talk to me and it’s just too much.
Now the vaccine is coming out new KS for exciting and I should really look forward to getting it and getting some normality back. But the truth is that it’s slightly scary. It feels like a lifetime ago that things places were crowded and people were next to each other. Without their masks on. I don’t really know what to make about it. Anessa elderly woman who is getting on. That was very hard to say. It’s going toTake some adjusting to.
I am looking forward to seeing my grandchildren, it’s been a long time since I’ve seen them. Because of my health and the risk of them going to nursery, I’ve just not been able to see them at all. So that’s very exciting to me. Otherwise the only interactions I’ve had in the past he is mostly waving at my neighbours from a distance and we did have a summer where we did have a few garden parties but it’s not very far apart from anyone.
I’m sure once I get used to the idea of us coming out of lockdown I feel much better. I’ve spent the past you’re feeling paranoid goatee nervous about what’s going on in the UK. Luckily my pension still there and I’ve got some savings keep me going in the meanwhile. So jewellery making trying to sell them a craft fair this isn’t my main income anymore. And that makes life a lot easier. For any youngsters out there I recommend you start saving earlier and earlier. Because you just never know when the pandemic might happen.
Here is one of my favourite songs to share with you if any of you are going through a hard time.