Month: April 2020

Posted in Comfort and support Family Fiction Fun and humour Pets and animals

Blog post by ladylarfalot

Ruminations of Pilot the Pooch (2) Hello again, it’s Pilot the Pooch with an update.  I’m happy to say things are much more cheerful in…

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Posted in Comfort and support Exercise & fitness Family Leisure Music Online activities Poetry Reflections

Blog post by Jane Spiro

Zooming home These private spaces, we are sharing them now –our skylights, fireplaces, family photos, our taste in paintings, colour of walls,spines of books, clutter…

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Posted in Nature & garden Pets and animals Poetry

Blog post by Jane Spiro

Quarantine garden This land has been his ownsince the days of the Pharaohs.He knows how he has been worshipped.He sits on the wall in his…

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Posted in Family Love and friendship Reflections Uncategorized

Blog post by Eleanor, aged 3

Eleanor’s mum: What do you know about coronavirus?Eleanor: We have to stay away from all my friends and teachers in school, and the park, because…

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Posted in Miscellaneous Reflections

Blog post by Sarah Medina

I find it fascinating how quickly we are all adopting or adapting words and phrases, and using certain other words more frequently, during the pandemic….

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Posted in Comfort and support Family Fiction Fun and humour Pets and animals

Blog post by ladylarfalot

We long for the time we can get back to “normal” after lockdown, don’t we? It’s a very confusing time for us all – but…

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Posted in Family In memory of Love and friendship Nature & garden Reflections

Blog post by Lucy Badger

Eynsham Lockdown Everything will be all right!Yet deep down …. we are not so sure.Nothing is certain anymore.Since fear imprisoned usHome has become our enforced…

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Posted in Comfort and support Family Love and friendship Reflections

Blog post by Sarah Medina

In some ways, it seems a lifetime ago since lockdown began. In the first week or so, it was novel – and very scary for…

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Posted in Nature & garden Poetry Reflections

Blog post by Jane Spiro

Earth joins us all Invented borders, man-made walls,but nothing holds back the silent cell-its journey is unstoppable, doesn’t flow that way. We draw up laws,…

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Posted in Family Love and friendship Nature & garden Poetry

Blog post by John Daniel

Locked down Daffodils perch in a glass, prisoners too.The sun is making silver bars across the grass. I remember my parents didn’t go out much,few…

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