Covid-19 Diary – 2nd June – Decision made

So, after all the worrying and uncertainty, it looks like our daughter will be going back to school on Thursday. I still think the whole returning of children to school has been badly handled by the national government, that the 1st of June return date was not based in science, and that the whole lifting of lockdown regulations should be more cautious. However, reading both … Continue reading Covid-19 Diary – 2nd June – Decision made

Covid-19 Diary – 1st June – Black Lives Matter

Well, after Donald Trumps’s speech today, I no longer think that coronavirus is the scariest thing about 2020. I have seen various people suggest over the last few years that if Trump loses the election in 2020 he will simply refuse to leave, and I’ve always been sceptical of the idea, but I’m getting less and less sure. The most commonly used comparison is Germany … Continue reading Covid-19 Diary – 1st June – Black Lives Matter

Covid-19 Diary – 31st May – Socialising

Today was the first time I’d arranged to see one of my friends, in person, for over 3 months. As I wrote a little while back, I don’t actually see my friends that much even in normal times due to small children and geographical distance, but even I usually manage to see one or two of them in that amount of time. It has been … Continue reading Covid-19 Diary – 31st May – Socialising