the view outside my window of blossoms, birds, bees & trees changes as do I.
Remember when breathing was normal, just something you did? Not inhaling a virus & getting sick quick. Remember when wearing a face mask was Halloween art & queuing wasn’t standing two metres apart? Remember when distance wasn’t seen as socially good & shielding was a word no-one understood? Remember when coughing or … Continue reading Our New Normal
The long and unusually hot Summer lead to an early Autumn of abundance. By September the trees in the Orchard were groaning under their weight of apples. Ned watched the pupils returning to the school and the school year begin with all its usual dramas about short staffing, challenging behaviour and unsupportive management. By mid-September … Continue reading A Funeral of Apples