Day 10

Today is the last day of Covid isolation. I return to work tomorrow morning. Thankfully I’m feeling a lot better. For me Covid has been similar to a heavy cold as far a symptoms. I am left with a heavy cough and blocked nose but little else. During the past 10 days the biggest issue … Continue reading Day 10

Batteries Drained

I can’t remember when I last felt this tired. No energy at all and I haven’t really done anything today. This Covid-19 is no joke! Having been double jabbed these are no doubt reduced symptoms- more like flu. However, the extreme fatigue is not pleasant. I still have smell and taste, otherwise the cough has … Continue reading Batteries Drained

Back To Work

The Alexa speaker alarm goes off. It is 5:45am, in my usual workday routine I will listen to the radio (UCB1) whilst coming round and jump into the shower by 6:45am. Downstairs to eat breakfast and make lunch whilst listening to Radio 4, before leaving the house at 7:30am. It takes 25 mins to drive … Continue reading Back To Work

Strange September

For years I have hated the first week of September- the return to work after the long summer break. The sudden imposition of schedules and meetings on what was free space. It always started with INSET days. Staff Training Days ahead of the pupils return. Necessary but for those who prefer to be at the … Continue reading Strange September

Wrenched Away

The whirlwind which has blown through my life in the past month has taken its toll both physically as well as emotionally. The speed of the process has been the most devastating. Little did I think when I boarded  the overnight bus to Nairobi on the 2nd April I did not imagine that would be … Continue reading Wrenched Away