Easter 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic


As we hit a number of scary milestones in the path of this disease this Easter I am thinking of key workers in all walks of life with gratitude

And wishing everyone a peaceful and hopeful Easter.

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9 Responses to Easter 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic

  1. Happy Easter to you, too. Not as usual as previous years since families can’t get together and churches are closed.

    • Thanks. It is nice to see how inventive everyone is being in their ‘isolated’ community support though, in the UK with #BigClaps, Window rainbows, Foodbanks, Video conferencing Apps and home broadcasts etc. and I am sure many more in other countries.

  2. Eliza Waters says:

    Beautiful light of hope. Thankfully, in the natural world, little has changed. It gives me such strength.

  3. Goodness, I’ve just watched the English news and I can’t believe how many people have already died in the UK and they have only reported the hospital deaths. 😦 Stay safe. The key workers need a medal for what they are doing.

    • Cheers Piglet. Yes, I imagine the real care home situation is grim. Vaccines and full testing can’t come fast enough. My son is a nurse and is currently off with symptoms, but still can’t get tested!

      • Wow, that is disgusting. They are not treating the frontline angels very well. I hate the way the government try to put a spin on this. Everyone knows they were tinkering while Rome was already on fire elsewhere. The medical teams are doing an amazing job. Let’s just hope they get the supplies they need along with the support. Clapping is good but supplies would be better.

  4. Cathy says:

    Hope is the key word here and I sincerely hope the UK figures will continue to slow. Your spring display is so cheering! 😃

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