|COP 26 march|
Covid is here to stay in its many different forms.
It is now about how we learn to live with Covid. We may not be able to return to those large scale events we used to love .... as much as before. Then again I’ve really enjoyed many small intimate gigs, but will my local folk club return any time soon?
We’ll have to learn to live and shop on a more local level – and not enjoy unnecessary flights. Do we really need 6 trips a year, causing needless pollution and emissions.
The COP 26 Glasgow happened, but it seemed the real action was happening on the streets.
Some Anglo-British Tories claim they believe in “liberty” but liberty for whom – for Scots with 7 mandates for independence?
We’re all trying to learn to live with Covid, which at times has been okay getting back to a concert in August – Chrissie Hynde at the Queens hall Edinburgh - and even the cinema to see the amazing Sci-fi film Dune. Will Celtic Connections actually happen, will life return to a normality?
But the hospitals are under great strain with a lack of staff, so all this is not so great. Many people are now moving closer to their families. One thing recent times have taught us, is the need for resiliecet in the face of seismic change and the importance of family!
Happy New Year and hoping for the best for 2022!