- Posted by Sandra Evans
- On 3. Mai 2021
Dear Lilo and lovely Bridge Buddies
As you say we are so used to meeting up for bridge therefore this self-isolation and social distancing is quite alien to us. And we have no idea how long it will last, though saying that, we do realize the necessity of doing this.
I miss my friends and hope that with all the unprecedented measures being taken we will soon return to normality. Although it seems likely to be a few months.
I have little Sibo for company. I have food for us both and adequate loo rolls. It is strange to see empty shelves in supermarkets but I think most people are being kind and helping one another. It has been said it is like a war situation. During war you could visit family, friends and neighbours, there was tea and sympathy and a hug. I am definitely cwtchless right now. But there is a war spirit and we will get through. God willing all well and healthy.
Still I am fine and thankful I am fit and well. I have a warm home and a garden with flowers coming out. Yesterday I mowed the back lawn and did some weeding and tidying up. When the weather is warmer, I can sit out there. I plan to do the front lawn next week. I have so much time on my hands I can pace myself. There’s enough on the telly and I have plenty of books so I can’t complain. There was a time when retired people had no spare time and now, we all do.
It is a strange Mother’s Day in Britain. And Easter is likely to be the same.
Sorry about your move Lilo and no doubt, Ina, you will have to wait for new windows. But you’ve got your new kitchen Anita that’s great.
Wishing you all the very best and so very much looking forward to meeting up again
Keep calm and stay safe and well
Take very best care!
Love and a big cwtch