No Pockets In Shrouds

It’s true, shrouds do not have pockets. I heard this proverbial saying this week while my other half was binge watching Shameless and it hit me as not only true, but also annoying. What if shrouds did have pockets? I mean, it’s not as if you could fit much in there but it would be... Continue Reading →

Renewed & Revived

As promised, here I am back in July to start again with my posts. I am pleased to write that I have been looking forward to doing this yet again and I feel much better than I did when I decided to take the break. The anxiety is still there, brimming under the surface of... Continue Reading →

Be Back in July!

As you may have noticed, I’ve been a little quiet on social media and on here recently. I’ve mentioned a few times that I have really struggled to put together blog posts, and I think that I feel that I need to take a little break from it all. Having considered this, it makes perfect... Continue Reading →

Mask, Gloves, Soap, Scrubs, TikTok

We are currently constantly reminded through the media that we are in unprecedented times, circumstances and seemingly everything. This is apparently quite true but after a while it does just feel like unprecedented and unpredictable are the way things have to be now. I’m honestly very much struggling to write blog posts while the outside... Continue Reading →

Strange Days Indeed

It’s a tricky one to write this week for some reason. That feeling I mentioned before, the one where I’m on edge constantly, has only got worse really. I can only assume it’s due to the fact I can’t put out of my head the idea that we’re heading for another peak of the virus... Continue Reading →

Better Days

'We might still know sorrow but we got better days’ Better Days - Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros I came home one day the last week and I actually said ‘I’ve had a really good day’. While it might sound strange to some people, I do usually really enjoy my job. The stresses and... Continue Reading →

Grief in the Pandemic

After talking with a lot of front line workers and other APTs, the best way I can see people coping currently is to take this all one day at a time and not to try and take on too much. I’ve been the most upset about work, largely about speaking to relatives about their concerns.... Continue Reading →

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