Sombre times

Spot the cat.

If I fill the seeds in the bird feeder, birds will come. The cat sitting on the look out is a big danger to the little chirpy friends I have in my garden. The cat is not ours. Now I am in a fix.

1041 is the number of deaths today in U.K. These figures make the whole country think about the sombre times we are in. I cannot believe so many people are dying each day. The heavy heart of past 10 months are still continuing. There is no let off.

The vaccine is here. A huge ray of hope. Hopefully this will bring the virus down. As soon as people around me talk about negatives and petty matters, I cannot imagine how selfish we all can become. I have no time for such matters anymore.

My learning at the moment is keep away from negativity. Try to think about the positive from the day. It brings a sense of achievement even at such loosing times. Fight for the happiness that we deserve.

19 thoughts on “Sombre times

  1. This are history making days. In the US the virus is running wild and crazy things are happening with our election. We have had an insane four years. May God bless you my friend and your family. πŸ€—πŸ’•β€οΈJoni

  2. Just Los Angeles County… not Calif or even all of SoCalif… is now recording 74,000 positive tests and 379 deaths per day. PER DAY.

    Nationwide, we’ve exceeded 350,000 deaths. And people still don’t take it seriously.

  3. I am, thank you. Having all groceries delivered. Always masked when I step out front. Double-masked if I leave my property.

    You stay safe too!! Have you rec’d vaccine?

  4. To you as well. Please be safe and careful. It is difficult to stay isolated and especially for those alone, we are praying daily for those especially all by themselves. You take great care of yourself my friend. Sending you love, hugs and blessings. πŸ€—πŸ’•β€οΈJoni

  5. YAY!!!!
    I’m waaaaay down the line but ahead of most people I know due to obesity and lung issues. But by the time I have access it will be first come first served.

  6. Ambulances have been told no longer transport people with no chance of survival. And some have had to queue for as much as 9hrs before getting their patients admitted.

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