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  • Writer's pictureTony Holden

Changed lives

I realize how much life has changed for so many people since covid restrictions have changed. Maybe that explains why our modest blog readership has slumped. My life continues mainly in-house. But we thought to share our two recent ‘trips’ out. [thanks to Victoria Williamson, car, wheelchair]. The first followed on from our booster anti-Covid-jabs at a Woodford Green Pharmacy when we had a coffee out - see photo. The second followed on from our [4-strain] flu jabs in Morrisons Supermarket Loughton. Victoria then pushed me in the wheelchair the short distance to our LMC church to see an exhibition of work done during Covid – including craft by Barbara; writing by us; and poems by me. It’s open to 31 October - see photos.

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