After Boris Johnson’s televised announcement last Sunday evening, restrictions have begun to ease a bit in the U.K.
The prime minister was quite vague in his Sunday speech, and left a lot of people with more questions than answers. It wasn’t until Monday evening that the government published a 50-page document outlining the recommendations, and offering some clarification, and held a news briefing Q&A. Continue reading →
Last Friday was the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day. What everyone needs right now is something to celebrate, so Londoners got pretty into the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day and attempted a “social distancing street party.”
The girls and I got into it too, decorating the front of the house with bunting and both Union Jack and American flags. Continue reading →
Let’s see, what’s new this week… not a ton, really. Hard to believe we’re approaching 50 days of isolation.
Our household has the same story as many households. We’re at home. We’re safe and healthy. We’re going a bit out of our minds but, overall, we are very grateful for our circumstances: a comfortable house, a paycheck, food, our health, connection with others via the Internet. Continue reading →