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Keep a cow apart.


Although restrictions are lifting, and we're able to get out more, I don't know about you, but I'm still not keen on people getting too close to me when I'm away from home. I don't like feeling like this either.

Maybe it's going to take us several months to adjust again, just as it took us time to adjust to lockdown? I find the uncertainty very unsettling. It would be so much easier if someone could wave a magic wand and tell us that the virus was gone for ever! I'm still quite liking my wee bubble most of the time.

I liked this cow that was welcoming people to a garden centre I visited at the weekend, with it's message.


Remind yourself that there's no rush for anything to change, and do things at your own pace, feeling comfortable with your own decisions. If you're invited to a group gathering and your gut instinct is not to go, then follow your instinct. Don't put yourself through unnecessary stress. We're all different, and we'll all have different ideas about what's acceptable right now. It's OK to take your time.


And here's today's good news story:


https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/glasgow-school-rainbow-fence-painter-18580942?fbclid=IwAR3sEydxeRDUa57lz1M-_bEzttHj7oHNcRvT3F4uVbzki3rTktLCvK_RmOQ


We've got the monthly quiz at the Coffee Morning today at 10.30am, so drop me an email if you'd like to join us - mairi@northargyllcarers.org.uk


Mairi

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