Not sure how that happened

I got behind with everything, I had a fuck it Friday, but me being me, had it on a Wednesday.

 

I think I was started to get anxious about doing the shop and couldn’t find the energy to do fuck all.

Wednesday involved me going to town, where I knew it would be quiet but also knew it would wear Monkey out, he is starting to struggle, without the proper exercise, so we just need to keep an eye on him and maybe try to do something more, but with the restrictions in place I am not sure what, when we went to town, we walked past a park and all I could hear was children laughing and screaming.

If that is what they want to do that is fine, but so far (and touch wood) none of my family have actually been affected other than living with this lockdown and all the shit that has come with it. We are all still healthy, I have no doubt, that we are going to come out of this very skint and very worried but we are going to be one of the first to be able to be really truthful and say we did it right, we have no fear of touching the vulnerable in our family.

And give each other a damn good hug, while going out to eat, but how many other people are going to be able to be that honest?

And that is what it is going to come down to in the end. If you did break any of the rules then how can you tell. Even if you think this is so hyped up, how sure can you actually be? Is it worth the risk?

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6 Responses to Not sure how that happened

  1. Anya Abraham says:

    If only more people could see this and understand they’re not all that cool for thinking everything around them is blowing out of proportion. Beautifully said.

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  2. Carol anne says:

    I don’t think so! And I do not believe this is hyped up either! This is serious! The virus is rampant! Our numbers are still on the up and cases still being diagnosed daily. xoxo

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