As a child, I used to love reading about the day in the life of different professions. Those books were great and gave you a real insight, albeit in a child friendly way, about those professions.
Do you remember when this was a novelty?
It has been announced that shops are to begin to reopen. Here’s my post-lockdown shopping list.
I hope to celebrate in six months. But who knows how I will be doing it!
Mess is king! Lockdown is a good time for tidying up and rediscovering those half finished stories – but to tidy up, you have to have mess to start with!
I’ll be starting with the barber. I’m not brave enough to do it myself but I feel I’m only days from butchery rather than barbering!
A list of things in my desk drawers I no longer need but hope to be using soon.
So, instead of a long ride to mark restrictions easing, I have decided to change the post’s image. A slow, creep through a crack in the door. We’re getting there. Slowly. We’re getting there.
Slowly, gently, we are emerging from lockdown. Like a caterpillar out of a pupas we shall soon be fully-fledged butterflies. But until then, we’ll just wriggle around a bit more and for a bit longer than we did in the first part of lockdown.
This is very rough as I penned this while standing in the early morning sun.