There is Hope
I doodled this last night, as the country waited and prepared with the sense of anticipation. Here in the UK, measures continue to gradually lift.
Easing of Restrictions
I’m not a one for magic or magic tricks. But today in the UK stage two of easing restrictions begins. We are no longer under the stay at home order as of March 29th. And today, April 12, sees non-essential retail, outside table service hospitality, outdoor attractions and other facilities reopen. It does for many people feel pretty magical, after a year of strict restrictions, to see them easing. We’re not out of the woods yet. But with the vaccination programme progressing a pace, there is hope. A light at the end of the Covid19 tunnel is tangible.
But Not Everywhere
This post is not written to gloat in any way, as we here in the UK are all so painfully aware that other countries are currently battling their third waves. Please God they are brought under control quickly. And the time will come soon, for the whole globe to celebrate together.
Ironically I’m posting this from my bed, as *MEcfs dishes out yet another relapse. I may not be going anywhere soon, but I am genuinely happy for people who are. And especially happy to hear the joy and excitement in the voices of our young folk on the phone, as they begin to see life again. We hope to celebrate our Christmas 2020 in May this year. But I may just leave the trees up for the remainder of the year. Well, why not!
Let’s hope everything works!
Stay safe everyone and where ever you are, what ever the measures you’re currently living with.
Have a blessed day!⚘
28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.Romans 8:28 KJV
*Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome