Bee’s Poem of the Day: Not Going Out

Hello out there, how are you? Please come in, have a seat, a mug of your favourite hot beverage and relax. It is so lovely to have you with us!

It is still cold and rainy in North Norfolk. I can’t stop thinking about that rude German saying: ” the worst winter I’ve ever experienced was the summer in Great Britain”.Β 

It’s a good time for a preferred hot beverage and a chat may it be online or face to face. I have to admit that I won’t change my “(not) going out” habits any time soon. I don’t care what the government advises. In March, I went into lockdown a week earlier than the UK because I didn’t want to risk my cancer operation by accidentally picking the virus up.

Since then, I have only seen my husband, nurses and doctors. Also delivery drivers but only from afar. And no, I am not particularly anxious about going out. I think we don’t know enough yet about how the virus spreads nor who has it, so I am not risking my health or my husbands.

Not seeing his children for such a long time would be for nothing if I did. That’s not gonna happen.

So please enjoy a virtual cuppa with me and another try at a haiku.

 

rain clouds lingering

over our heads and souls

coffee in my hand

 

Happy Thursday to you all despite everything.

( I also share these posts at “The Bee Creates)

Author: πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Bee Halton

πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ bi~lingual: English/German, 🌻 πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ Thinker, Poetess, Blogger β˜• πŸ’‘ happily married 2 best husband in world 🌎 & 🌼 proudly owned by a rescue greyhound. πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί

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