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Day 23 Lockdown – Why cant people follow the rules

Having been inside my flat for 23 days and not going outside I am wondering why people can’t follow the rules.

We have people who are still going out to the park, having parties at their homes, having barbeques and I am seriously wondering why people can’t follow the rules. This virus does not discriminate between young or old, political leaning, religious background and you are always trying to organize yourself to recover where ever you can. When I had symptoms I wanted to sleep every day and spent more time asleep then I was awake. I could not believe it.

WHY CAN’T PEOPLE JUST FOLLOW THE RULES?

We will end up in a full lockdown if these people are not going to do what is meant to do.

Day 22 Lockdown Part 2 – Reconnection

Today I have found myself reconnecting with someone from my school days. She was in my sisters year at school and she was lovely. I found out that she lives in my area and today had an amazing telephone call with her that lasted nearly an hour. This lockdown and pandemic has really helped me reconnect with some amazing people. We need to take this lesson from lockdown and make sure that we remember these things when we can move freely again.

We should be looking at the positives instead of the negatives. Yes we have limited movement but how have you been utilizing the time. I continue with my Charity Work with Soldier Angels but instead of letter writing, I use email instead. It is really nice to wake up in the morning to find an email that cheers me up. I also continue with my Thank You Campaign on Twitter and use my time there too.

What have you been doing?

Request

Hi everyone

This for me is something difficult but I am struggling to find things to do around the flat. I have been asked to create an Isolation WishList which I have now done.

If you have any spare cash and are able to help me keep going during this difficult time please feel free to order something from my wish list as I am on my own and no place to go out to get things.

Wish list

Every little helps.

Thanks

https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/2SC1PS4VQ1UD8?ref_=wl_share

https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/2SC1PS4VQ1UD8?ref_=wl_share

Day 22 Lockdown Part 1

Theoretically, I was only quarantined for 14 days which ended yesterday so I have not put it in however, I am still locked in the flat so it is an ongoing thing. I really hope they find a vaccine soon for this bug. I am going to go spare!

Today I made the decision that I was going to do some good. Because I am stuck inside I am able to get food parcels, however, due to my issues with food and the fact I cant pick and choose what goes into the parcels I have spare. So, I am pulling all the food that I cant eat and boxing them back up. I am hopefully going to be able to get them to the local hospital staff who may be struggling to get to the supermarket. I hate that I can’t do much but this is something that I can do and I will do.

Try and find your good things 🙂

DAY 11 PERSONAL LOCKDOWN DAY 3 QUARANTINE part 1

It is 12:07 when I write this so officially into the next day of quarentine. I am starting to feel better if not a little over tired.

The coughing that started on sunday has calmed down alot and the fever is still yoyoing but it is going in the right direction.

My voice is starting to come back if only for my sanity to be going. I spent 20 minutes last night laughing at the fact that no matter which way you break the word viagra down it still sounds like your saying viagra. I broke it down in two ways Vi ag ra and Via gra. That is the state of my sanity atm

Please everyone take this Lockdown seriously. My cousin who has a defect in her heart shows signs of Covid now if she goes down hill it could kill her. We already had to bury her brother from a car accident 5 nearly 6 years ago and now we have to face losing her too. All because people are being asswhole. Pleas do your part.

Stay home, protect the NHS and save lives