My Heart Goes Boom

The phrase 'heart attack' is used a lot in common vernacular. People use the phrase often to mean a sudden death, if someone dies suddenly it is often quoted as a suspected heart attack until known otherwise. The term 'attack' to me, sounds like either heart is attacking something, or it is being attacked by... Continue Reading →

One Year Later

You see statements like that in films, or television shows. Parts where you flash forward and then you move to a significant point in the timeline being represented. In those fictional stories, you can assume that nothing much of note happened in the time that you have been shown to have elapsed taking you forward... Continue Reading →

Catastrophe!

I'll start this post with a big thank you. Thank you to everyone recently for your support, and in fact, a huge thanks to everyone for all your love and kindness in what is now pretty much a year since this all kicked off and the world changed. I remember being really tired of the... Continue Reading →

Time To Stop & Stare

As we continue into 2021, we approach now something that feels familiar, practiced almost and, still, unsettling. Things are calming down, there is a sense of being able to think outside of the here and now, yet feeling heavily the exhaustion both mental and physical. I’ve noticed I’m more able to think about things other... Continue Reading →

A Perfect Analogy

As I predicted, I didn't have the capacity in any way in order to write my twice weekly blog posts in January. Much like everyone else, in whatever nature you experience, my days are all very much the same and repetitive. To try to write anything interesting about my own experience that wasn't full of... Continue Reading →

Long-term Defiance

It would seem that although there was no need for me to access any medical assistance while I have been unwell with Coronavirus, there has been a kind of long-term effect upon me which I did not expect. 'Long-term covid' is a phrase that is thrown about by people, a strange and mysterious term which... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus, Cats & Christmas

I have come to the end of my ten days isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, which should feel like a cause for celebration. It does, however, coincide with this part of the country entering Tier 4 and being told that we cannot mix households for Christmas. The entirety of this is giving me huge... Continue Reading →

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