Tag Archives: lockdown

A Tangled Path – Where Do We Go From Here? ~ Helen Jones

Reblogged from Helen Jones: As we move through these strange times, I suppose we each have our way of dealing with what’s going on. While we are linked on one level by the shared experience of lockdown, each of us … Continue reading

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Memories #midnighthaiku

Life needs memories In stillness or full flow For the quiet times

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Notes from a Small Dog ~ The benefits of lockdown?

I don’t think she’s well. She’s cleaning stuff. Big time. I mean, not her usual whip round with the feather duster and terrorising me with the hoover monster. Oh no, that I could cope with. Well, okay, apart from the … Continue reading

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Confined #midnighthaiku

“Cabined, cribbed, confined…” Wider horizons beckon Calling the heart home. The body may be tethered The spirit is free to roam. For Colleen’s tanka challenge  

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A Grey Area ~ Stuart France

* COVID EMERGENCY POWERS UNLAWFUL The lockdown measures imposed by the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions England) Regulations are some of the most extreme restrictions on fundamental freedoms imposed in the modern era. They are a disproportionate interference with the rights … Continue reading

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Barb Taub ~ How NOT to quarantine. #humor #Lockdown #coronavirus

Reblogged from Barb Taub: Hello fellow Lockdowners: Today I broke the Hub, starting with his eyebrows. He wasn’t able to get his hair cut before the lockdown. This isn’t really a big issue because…how to put this delicately? Having too … Continue reading

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I’m a few mangos short of a chutney ~ Barb Taub #travel #India #humor

Reblogged from Barb Taub: I’m Losing My Mangos. Microwave Mango Chutney: There are a few recipes out there that qualify as miracles, and this must be near the top of the list. If you can find your mangos, you can … Continue reading

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The Joyous Photograph ~ Steve Tanham

From a photographic perspective, we live in a wonderful age. Even the most humble of today’s mobile phones boasts a decent camera. Used within their limitations, we can achieve an amazing record of our days – even locally to our … Continue reading

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Uncertainty and renewal

It is spring. The sun is shining. Everywhere there are flowers, trees are heavy with apple and cherry blossom, hedgerows are white with a bridal veil of blackthorn and alive with small birds. It is as if the earth herself … Continue reading

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