I saw Americans flocking to buy flowers for Mother´s Day on the news, many not wearing masks and jostling for who´s next in line at a local florists. Stupid. As a mum I´d rather have no flowers as opposed to family members risking their lives for a bunch of roses. Why didn´t they think in…… Continue reading Mother´s Day in quarantine lockdown
It feels like Spain is an experiment right now. I respect Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his government, but perhaps his choice over the weekend to open up (some industrial businesses) is too soon? Official health experts are sceptical.The number of deaths fell slowly for three straight days, but was a few days really proof…… Continue reading Is it too early to lift some lockdown measures?
The sequel to any movie is invariably naff compared to the original. There are a few exceptions, but I can´t think of one. So imagine my surprise when our own disaster movie from a couple of days ago turned out to be a box office success today.We contacted the insurance company about the stationary car…… Continue reading Lockdown trials the sequel
In hindsight, the first two days felt like a weird kind of surreal novelty. But now the reality of house arrest is setting in, 15 days won´t be long enough. The World Health Organisation have informed us this could last another 10 to 15 weeks. The number of cases are still rising fast, the figures…… Continue reading Day three of Corona virus lockdown in Spain