The Corona Diaries Week 8: Normality

These weeks are escaping me faster than I can even realise what day it is! Week 8 of lockdown has been and gone before I even blinked, and not too much really happened.

Our honeymoon is now postponed to December, but I’m expecting that we’ll have to push it back again. Our 1 year wedding anniversary is less than a month away, and whilst we’re gutted to not be having our honeymoon, I’m grateful that we are not having to rearrange an entire wedding, and that we are spending lockdown together. Craving travel, but admittedly without a hope in hell, we submitted an application for Race Across the World Season 3. We had such a laugh submitting the application and even though it’s highly unlikely we’ll get picked, it was worth doing for the hour of hilarity it gave us.

Light to Your Day

I’m going to leave you with a wonderful video I saw this week. It actually made me cry, which was quite unexpected (but not surprising – I do cry at pretty much anything afterall). It is such a beautiful video and whilst there’s loads of stuff like this out there, this one seemed to resonate more, likely given the circumstances in which we’re currently living. It was beautiful and made me excited to be able to hug and touch people again. I really think that people who do things like this are so special and really bring light into the world. I hope they realise just how much of an effect they have on people.

So that’s it from me this week! I hope you have a good week ahead, wherever you are in the world. One thing that amazes me is the range of countries that my blog reaches (which I can see through analytics – not just because I’m overly sure of myself!), and I often wonder what lockdown looks like in all these countries. If you’re reading this, I’d love to hear what lockdown life (if there even is a lockdown) is like for you! Please do feel free to comment! 

See you next week!

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