The great INdoors

This is the week the whole world was ordered to stay indoors. I have not experienced anything quite like it, EVER, in my lifetime. Have you?

As I slow down, do my social distancing and hand washing, I become more aware. A deeper appreciate for nature kicks in. My walking is restricted to within 2 km from home. Warnings of fines help me obey. Simple daffodils in a village park or protruding buds in a Church graveyard take on more meaning. The chorus of birdsong is loud and lovely.

In what ways might this challenging coronavirus season be offering us new gifts, invitations and perspectives?



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