Reflections on a new beginning in a new world- the end of the pandemic is in sight!
Between protracted shifts and little sleep, finding the time to write has been really challenging. This is why I was extremely elated when I discovered that one of my articles from late last year about the importance of setting boundaries was picked up by a member of Medium’s staff and republished in their official, featured, “Relationships” magazine!
It’s not even six in the morning yet and I’m already up out of bed. I’ve tidied up the flat, the dishwasher is rumbling and I’ve got my cup of coffee from the cafetière…
It’s England, it’s February, it’s two months after Christmas and it’s *finally* snowed. Typical.
Somehow between the manic shifts, back-to-back double shifts and now a set of weekend night shifts that I’m starting I managed to achieve a major milestone in my writing journey. I got published for the first time ever! Wit Woo!..
I was always taught to keep religion quiet, but then something changed…
“In the same way, whenever I find clouds blocking the stars out of my night sky, I know that beyond the clouds the billions of stars are still there. Eventually the clouds will move on and the stars will return to my night sky once more. There’s a comfort I’ve found in knowing that there is actually a wider context to our world than simply what we can see directly in front of us. Something beyond the veil.
The metaphor is apt, the story of Christmas of course…”