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In the time of the virus: day 57

A (comparatively speaking) busy day here today.  An optician appointment that should have taken place early in lockdown but didn’t, rebooked due to some slightly odd visual issues (thankfully all fine).  Family zoom call to celebrate a certain birthday.  Emails … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 51

Well, so much to do today! One of the things I’d already decided to do this week was to make some face coverings (am adopting that description to distinguish from actual face masks needed for clinical settings or similar).  Initially … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 29

Another Monday – the 5th in this strangest of strange times.  During these past four weeks I seem to have settled into a comfortable and productive routine.  I have managed to keep the weekends different, which has always felt important … Continue reading

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