Covid-19 | The Journal, Part 11

The grimness continued with a astonishing threat from the EU. I don’t usually swear when scrapbooking but, really …? It’s paired with grief at the loss of a wonderful man.

I included Captain Sir Tom’s obituary and a photo of Number 10 with the Union flags at half-mast. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

I also included a cartoon and a brilliantly funny card I received from Alison.

A spot of positivity was required.

Ten million vaccinations is worth reporting. As is some cautiously optimistic good news.

8 thoughts on “Covid-19 | The Journal, Part 11

  1. I think your thoughts about the EU’s tantrum of a tariff on vaccines is justified; I expressed the same sentiments when hearing the news. And your Feb 9th Rant looks very similar to mine re: Canada’s “new” rules about travelers, which will include our Snow Birds (seniors with homes in Florida, returning on mass in March). I also shed tears for Captain Sir Tom. Thank goodness for happy mail.

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  2. Here’s another that was glad the EU backtracked. What were they thinking? They did themselves no favours :(. Love your happy mail – that made ME smile today! One of the things that strikes me, looking at your lovely pages, is how fast things can change … and how there ought to be a public forum for us all to uptick your rants! There are so many of us querying government decisions and yet they never seem to be held to account.

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    1. You know, I thought there’d be fewer entries by now, but you’re right, the pace of change and back-tracking means I’ve been adding things every few days. I think I’ll end up with Volume 3! ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. I love how you’ve documented and saved all this. So interesting and will be in the future too! I did an album on the pandemic for 2020 and have more to say in 2021. This is the first time in a long time that I’ve done a chronological album. I’ve actually enjoyed it. Definitely a departure from my “moments” style of scrapbooking.

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    1. Thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚ Our albums will be so interesting to look back on – even in just a year or two. Wouldn’t it great if we could compare journals in person! ๐Ÿ™‚


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