After feeling so tired and achy on Wednesday night, I woke up on Thursday with a different cough to normal, so I am now in complete isolation from everyone else. I spoke with Andrew and Lis in Australia, and they are fine. I spoke with my Mum after she said she had symptoms. My photosContinue reading “LD 10”
Category Archives: Mental Health
The clocks went forward on Saturday which means an hour less to fill! A walk to get supplies with hubby, feeling much colder and windy. Returning hone it wasn’t long until we had hailstones, sunshine, more hailstones, then more sunshine. We filled the afternoon with clearing, as much as we could in the old diningContinue reading “LD 7”
Yesterday was a mixed bag. Work took precedence for the morning, with things to sort from the meeting the night before. Then a zoom call at 4pm with the rest of SLT. Cross stitch for an hour with the gorgeous natural daylight. Dinner time and just overwhelmed by the day. At 8pm we were toContinue reading “LD 4”
LD day 3
Last night I was a part of a conference call for a governing body meeting. A bit different and the way forward? I hope not……..in my opinion. We have a chocolate cake to devour, to choose our dining experience for this evening and a smattering of routine chores, whilst checking emails, messages re work andContinue reading “LD day 3”
In some ways it felt just like a weekend, us all here enjoying a late breakfast. A FaceTime call from Australia and an exchange of the global impact on us all was the indicator that this was different. Three out of the five of us here logged on to the internet, which has slowed massively.Continue reading “Lockdown 2”
Draconian measures 1
So after a surreal day at work with 3 students in, the PM has introduced far more stringent measures and its lockdown: only can go out for food shopping, medical, work if critical and exercise. These will be testing times and I will look to work from home until Friday, when I’m rota’d to beContinue reading “Draconian measures 1”
It’s life, but not as we know it….
These last few weeks have been extraordinary. The daily challenges faced, the communication updates and the stark reality now of changes that may become more of the norm – I hope not though. With schools now ‘closed’, but still open for certain students, structure will need to be maintained. As we approach the end ofContinue reading “It’s life, but not as we know it….”
It’s not what we have, but who we have in our lives that matter…….
Yesterday we enjoyed a wonderful afternoon with our niece, nephew and their son, great to chat, laugh and enjoy time together. Joe was here for a short while and Nina for longer and I was grateful that they were with us. Just after they left Nina came downstairs to say that Caroline Flack had died.Continue reading “It’s not what we have, but who we have in our lives that matter…….”
More Rugby, meetings and a new arrival….
A bit later this week for my blog, but as I have a few minutes before making dinner, so hope I can fit everything in! Firstly the joyous news that Victoria and Andy we’re safely delivered of their son Oliver Arthur. Welcome little man, you will be loved and cherished I know for sure. AfterContinue reading “More Rugby, meetings and a new arrival….”
I don’t smoke so the title is a bit misleading. I’ve had such a week, mostly with all things GDPR and HR whilst having to do all the other elements of my job and prepare for Governor meetings. The reason for choosing the title is I’ve taken control of how I handle people, situations andContinue reading “Stoptober”
Three quarters of 2019
Such a busy week, starting with our niece’s baby shower. A good journey over after an early rugby match watched. Viv did Victoria proud, a delightful afternoon tea with games, laughter and love. Hopefully we will know when, what etc and that all goes well Sunday was catch up although very little was achieved. MondayContinue reading “Three quarters of 2019”
Mountains out of mole hills
What a week! Sunday saw us visit a new build property, just to gain a few ideas, but this has given me further cause to see this as a viable opportunity Monday was one of two work days this week. I had been looking to go away, but couldn’t get myself together at all toContinue reading “Mountains out of mole hills”