It’s been a long time since I caught up on the new and exciting times of lockdown part two or is it part three? I’ve lost count!
As we’re now starting to ease out of the current lockdown (everything’s been shut since before Christmas) there’s a great sense of fatigue and tediousness about everything but with Spring teasing us with intermittent glimpses, I’m hopeful things are starting to improve.
Needless to say, from my last post, I survived the first installation of the Covid vaccine and with twenty four hours of chills, fever and a surreal sense of something not being quite right, I was glad not to have had the real thing.
Vaccines have become political with the rest of the world but especially Europe as the UK has managed to implement a fast rollout. I’m not sure what that means for the second jab but hopefully politics won’t interfere with part two.
Twenty four hours later almost on the dot, I felt much better and the lingering sore arm lasted a few days as a reminder that this was progress, hopefully.
And with progress came travel as Big T departed to France!