21th June 2020 – Coronavirus STILL IN LOCKDOWN Day 90 in the UK

STILL IN Coronavirus LOCKDOWN – Day 90

Fish in a glass paperweight.
These little glass fish are locked into a glass paperweight my son bought me as a travel present. I like the little air bubbles trapped inside forever too.

STILL Staying at home – STILL Protecting the NHS – STILL saving lives

STILL Keeping safe

So, if the social distancing rule comes down to 1m will weddings start up again? I think there will initially be a limit on numbers and perhaps only outdoor ceremonies, registry offices might be reopened for smaller weddings but whether venues can make it worthwhile is another matter.

There may be some guidance when they release the findings about 1m or 2m. Let’s hope we get some guidance soon.

So three months and we still regard ourselves as locked down. Too much talk about everything being ‘safe’. Everything is a risk and I want to gain a sense of how much before I end my lockdown.

Our lives in the blog:

  1. The Foundations of Yoga‘. Today we did ‘Reclining Twist Pose’, I like the horizontal ones.
  2. Yet more rainn overnight but brighter today so off for a relaxed walk around the woods as this sis a rest day on the power walking app.
  3. Entrance of the bride and groom. The newlyweds are announced and then make their way to the ‘top table’ usually to clapping an d sometimes shout and cheers!
    Pentre Mawr newlywed entrance to the wedding breakfast.
    Here the bride and groom made a sweeping entrance to their marque wedding breakfast at Pentre Mawr.
    Wrenbury Hall wedding breakfast entrance of bride and groom past Oona Linnett Harpist.
    This young couple introduced by the Master of Ceremonies walks past Oona who played for their wedding breakfast at Wrenbury Hall.
    Plas Isaf newlywed entrance to the wedding breakfast.
    The groom gave his mum a hug as he past as he and his new wife entered the wedding breakfast at Plas Isaf.
    Shearsby Bath wedding breakfast entrance of newlyweds.
    This handsome young couple entered the wedding breakfast to cheers at Shearsby Bath in Leicestershire.
    Ring bearer entrance to wedding breakfast.
    This was an entrance with a difference at The Monastery in Manchester with everyone including the ring bearers entering the wedding breakfast before the bride and groom.
  4. Write this blog.

More time spent today with Oona, we have hugged some, and I would like to hug more.

 

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