Hello July. What Day Is It Anyway?

Well here we are another month of normal but not normal. The weather is weird , it’s often all four seasons in one day, my wardrobe has no idea what’s going on ….jumpers and vests, leggings, shorts, sundresses, raincoats, hoodies and jackets…no point in putting anything to one side.

Just when hubby and I thought it was safer out there we both went down with covid, I am left with tiredness and a cough whereas he has a cough exhaustion plus he has an ENT problem exassabated by the covid and is deaf. He has a hospital appointment but apparently there is a 12 months wait!

So covid is still around and contrary to what a lot of people , including our government , it never left. So we just plod along so far this year we have lost out on a Carribbean Holiday, The Queen’s Platinum jubilee celebrations, a concert at the O2, Queen and Adam Lambert, plus numerous outings. I know we have been unlucky because lots of people have managed holidays and outings but hey that’s life.

Anyway LindaGHill was saying she might bring back “what day is it anyway” and Di at pensitivity101 does a daily post I thought I go back to July 1st 2020 and see what was going on?

Okay I went back and looked and all I can guys we are not going back there to read July 1st or anything else from then!

Mother in Law had just died at the age of 100yrs of covid, I’d fallen ill and been hospital had a Cholecystectomy bag fitted which I had to wear for five months before have an operation to have the gall bladder out.

Linda was right every day was the same and it makes depressing reading so onwards and upwards 😁😁😁

Cue Happy Song!



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