COVID-19 Diary – 23rd May – Cummings

I didn’t intend this diary to be particularly political, but at least once a week the government seems to do something which makes me so angry that I can’t help it. Today it was the news that Dominic Cummings, ‘mastermind’ behind Vote Leave and senior adviser to the Prime Minister travelled to Durham with his wife in the early days of lockdown, whilst she was … Continue reading COVID-19 Diary – 23rd May – Cummings

COVID-19 Diary – 22nd May – High Hopes

A song came on the radio this morning, which has become a surprisingly big part of our lives in recent times. In September, back when we were able to do things like this, my daughter started a dance class called ‘Pop Fusion’. After a few lessons she told us about a song to which they had been learning a routine, called ‘High Hopes’. At first … Continue reading COVID-19 Diary – 22nd May – High Hopes

COVID-19 Diary – 20th May – Decisions

Today we received the email we had been waiting for from our daughter’s school, setting out their specific plans for returning children. Year 6 and Year 1 only (which includes our daughter) will be returning from Tuesday 2nd June. I had honestly expected they would start with Year 6 only and build up from there, so was a little surprised, and now we have a … Continue reading COVID-19 Diary – 20th May – Decisions