To the covidiots gathering in the local parks, socialising in this glorious weather… this is how not to overreact to a stranger that may be walking / running by keeping (at least) a good social distance.
DON’T jump behind he nearest tree to avoid them.
DON’T jump behind the nearest building / shed to avoid them.
DON’T show your fear that makes them feel like a monster that may be going out for a walk or a run for exercise / their mental health purposes.
Why is it so hard for some people to be pleasantly mindful and respectful?
The sooner ALL the parks are closed, the better. The police have apparently been enforcing their powers, dispersing covidiots gathering & sunbathing elsewhere…. This deadly virus does not discriminate yet it is separating stupidity from sensibilities.
The covidiots’ overreactions is THEIR problem. That’s all I have to and need to remember.
This is sadly the perfect time for anyone wanting to or likes to be in their own world. Too peopley outside(!)
I’m falling asleep much earlier at night from pure tiredness, having been tense and worried every minute of the day.
My heart sinks every time one says they have a headache, or have an innocent cough. I worry about them on top of everything and everyone else.
It is the norm to see an ambulance or two but yesterday it was the first time I felt dread seeing one creeping by, “what if?” I hoped that person would be ok regardless.
I’m waking up to worrying again, whether my family is ok, if anyone’s feeling better, checking my phone to see if there’s any news of loved ones and friends and being momentarily thankful for none. Yet I know, there will be at least one.
My day of worrying and feeling tense then starts all over again…
London has the highest rates of confirmed cases, confirmed cases in each and every neighbouring borough – that’s not counting those who have the virus and haven’t been tested.
Worse is yet to come. Stay safe, wherever you may be. 💖
To the idiots who think you/they are invincible, you need a good slap, and then some, for spreading this deadly virus – you have potentially murdered many more with your stupidity instead of saving loved ones. Other people’s loved ones also. Shame on you covidiots.
Most service providers have long since caught up with the times, enabling us to book an appointment online.
Does your local GP surgery provide you with an online service?
It is worth checking with your local surgery – please see the link below for more information. And, if they do not provide an online service, why not enquire as the whether they would consider it? For the many, to benefit from it.
Today has been another one of those strange days, full of reflection and acceptance whilst walking amongst strangers.
Remembering the importance of self value, care and love.
The happiness from within (and not for a reason, simply because that reason can be taken away.)
How our past experiences continuously teaches us to introspect, learn from, in order to improve and grow.
Concluding once more, anyone that’s proud and honoured to be my friend, willing to walk besides me, will find a friend in me.
I found out on Friday night a friend had passed away just before the summer. I was so afraid to hear more in case it confirmed my fears. It was sadly confirmed and I have had loads of wobbly moments since.
What if I could have made a difference had I not put in so much distance? Questions like that haunted me.
But now, I’m ok because best friends always say, “It’s ok, to be sad. It’s ok, to have these wobbly moments. It’s ok, to ask questions. It’s ok, to be honest. It’s ok, to say no. It’s ok, I’m always here for you.”
Don’t bottle things up and just talk. That’s always been my downfall in case I affected the other person’s mood or feelings.
A best friend doesn’t and wouldn’t mind, simply because we matter to them.
There is so much love in the air at this point in time that it is making me think twice, perhaps even thrice, about everything. Everyone….
Being reminded of how it feels to fall in love, being in love and thus feeling loved, is pretty hard going. Some people can shrug it off and get on with life whereas others will just crumble, from time to time.
It is okay; to crumble. It is okay, to have a cry. It is okay, to be angry. What we all need to remember is that we, each and every one of us, is to be kind to ourselves and not over think. Too many “what if’s” isn’t healthy, too much time spent ruminating, also isn’t healthy.
I find it helps to visually sort out all the thoughts and emotions into a box and pack them away. Dispatching it even. Seeing and feeling the weight fade away.
There is no such thing as a perfect person but there is and there will be, someone that is perfect for you… and me. Until then, let us reserve our hearts.
Meanwhile, do make sure to take some time out each and every day, to treat yourself. For a little dab of my favorite perfume and a mug of hot chocolate, to me, is priceless.