With no sign of life getting back to normal, thanks to the implications of the COVID-19 virus, I hope you are all keeping well.
The restrictions imposed by Boris Johnson are unlike any of us have ever experienced before.
With no football and with pubs, cafes, restaurants and cinemas closed and with all but essential shops having closed their shutters, life really is a bit bizarre.
However, I’m sure that old Churchill spirit will see us emerge (hopefully) when this crisis is over.
But what are we supposed to do during this crisis?
On a personal level, courtesy of an underlying condition, I’m to self-isolate for the next 12 weeks, the prospect is certainly daunting.
Already, just a couple of days into, what feels like, a prison sentence, I’m bored.
I’ve watched a couple of DVD’s, I’ve come to realise that there really is naff-all on television to keep you entertained for the whole day and I look outside at the weather and really want to get out and about.
This invisible enemy is, as we’ll all find out in the coming weeks, hard to accept and fight.
But accept and fight we must and will.
In the meantime, I’m inviting you to share your experiences, reveal how you keep yourselves occupied and join me in what could become a daily blog (well I’ve got to do something to while away the long hours).
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