Posts Tagged ‘#uncertainty’
Lessons, lightbulbs and looking ahead
New Year’s Eve 2020: “I have a great idea. I’m going to write and photograph a book documenting life throughout the Pandemic of 2020.” Just like that, I leapt headfirst into the new and lengthy..
Is that true, Mum? When vaccine doubts are injected in the schoolyard
There is something about the word ‘vaccine’ and the connotations it evokes that has people turning on one another. Adults have been observed protesting in a manner I’d hesitate to describe as ‘childlike’ behaviour as..
Remember, we all have the power to ask for help
Life; it’s up and downs, its twists and turns Love; how it makes you feel Happiness; the genuine and unending kind Peace; the serenity and joy it brings Faith; and how it keeps you going..
Finding a positive spin on Lockdown Number Four
If you’re like me, today’s Victorian lockdown announcement will have triggered many emotional responses. Suddenly I feel overwhelmed, uncertain, and deeply concerned for my children. Physically, I feel sick. Truth be told, I have no..
Lockdown, take three
Friday, February 12, 2021, delivered a slap in the face. Maybe I’m naive but I didn’t see this coming. I feel severely misled because Victorians have been thrown into lockdown number three. To clarify, when..
Slow and steady beats the virus odds
“You know how you feel when you don’t know how you feel? That’s how I feel.” Unknown This quote reflects how I was feeling when I heard the Premier’s announcement regarding the easing of COVID-19..
Navigating the COVID-19 Loss of Lifestyle and Grief
Recently, my writing has focused on the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications on myself and the wider community. I’ve shared personal thoughts, feelings and rants to an audience I may never meet in person. My..