Journal into the Unknown…(4)

Day 4: Wednesday March 18th Warning: Not a day for the faint-hearted!! I woke wondering what this day would bring.  Not much in the way of good news I’m sure. Some of our relatives are working in environments where colleagues have been in contact with virus sufferers and are feeling understandably apprehensive. Testing to go … Continue reading Journal into the Unknown…(4)

Journal into the Unknown…(3)

exhebdenmick Corona, Corona journal, COVID, Memoirs of a corona survivor so far, NHS and health services, Political, social observation Day 3: Tuesday March 17th Well, inexplicably, I got a good night’s sleep last night, by my standards anyway.  According to my sleep tracker, I got over six hours and that is pretty unusual for me.  … Continue reading Journal into the Unknown…(3)

Journal into the Unknown…(2)

Day 2: Monday March 16th Following yesterday’s traumatic start, I was hoping for a quieter day today.   I guess that was hopelessly optimistic.  As the media hype ramps up and the government cannot or will not do anything  that is in anyway reassuring, we find ourselves being consumed by this issue, According to my sleep … Continue reading Journal into the Unknown…(2)

Journal into the Unknown…(1)

Sorry darling you can't be out here. Introduction As the COVID-19 virus sweeps across the UK, and my wife and I find ourselves in an at-risk group on two counts: firstly because of age; and secondly because of what are euphemistically called underlying health issues; my daughter's partner suggested I should write a journal. So … Continue reading Journal into the Unknown…(1)