Tuesday May 26, 2020

So over 8 weeks in to lockdown here in the UK I wonder when life will return to normal and what normal will be.

 I have hopes for a world where people still respect others personal space and carry on to show love and respect for strangers they pass. Maybe I'm dreaming that society will have learnt a few lessons of life, I'm not talking about complicated things - simple steps like washing hands frequently , not going out if you are feeling slightly unwell, respecting others personal space when out ( how many times in shops has someone pushed into your space or hit you with a trolley when queuing) .

What I have seen is clean streets, blue skies birds and butterflies everywhere and bird song to be heard all day long .
Lockdown is hard on all of us but with any luck positive things will come from this . At least I hope .

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