Thank you Queenie
We are under regional restrictions here in Cheshire, so we can no longer have anyone who doesn't live with us either inside our home or out in our garden. The Outlaws were here this weekend, coming up anyway but transferring to a hotel & meeting for days out & dinners. It felt sad as we haven't seen them since January.Since giving up watching the news a couple of months ago, and just choosing which news I read online, I’ve found I’m feeling far less anxious and stressed.
We have been able to see friends, firstly just outdoors, but now they can come in to your home (and socially distance), it’s helped to make life feel a lot more normal.
Accepting this is our ‘normal’ for the foreseeable future, and just getting on with it.
+1 to this, Facebook was once a retreat full of friends and family pictures... Now, ugh! Thanks to the PS community.Actually this place is a coping mechanism
Its not quite escapism becsuse everybody behind a post or a beautuful ring is a real person
But people are honestly sooooo nice here
It's tough, isn't it Thank goodness for Skype & Zoom, though it's obviously never the same, but it is better than a distant voice at the end of the phone. I hope you can make plans to fly over to see him as soon as possible x