But here’s the thing. It shouldn’t have been this hot. 40 degrees centigrade is your average temperature in Istanbul or Cairo, not in Stoke-on-Trent. And this is just indicative of the damage that has been done to the environment for hundreds of years, and to which only now are we waking up. It’s not just… Continue reading Tuesday was really hot.
The Omicron variant is likely to start wrecking a big toll on all our lives. Already, face masks in indoor spaces are mandatory and more social restrictions may be introduced soon in an attempt to curb hospital admissions for now. It’s extremely important to remember that we are still in the midst of an epidemic… Continue reading The Omicron variant is going to take a big toll on us all.
It is a sign of the times we live in that a recent family visit up to our new house was an absolute treat. We hadn’t been able to see each other for the last 15 or so months, and had had to miss out on Boxing Day, where we meet up and have a… Continue reading It was so bloody good to see family.
What does that even mean anyway? I don’t think anything goes back to normal after an event like this pandemic we’ve suffered through for the last 15 months or so. Normal will adapt and change. What’s that saying? “The only thing that is constant is change.” That has been true in my life recently. For… Continue reading Returning to normal.