• Tony Holden

This day

Updated: Apr 18, 2020

I was born in 1940 in WW2 but have no memory of it given we lived in North Lancashire. As you know since then there have been many wars, famines and diseases that have troubled our world and we humans. But this is the first time I’ve felt the threat of our future being altered and closed-down. The level of the information and advice, I joke, ought to be enough to put covid-19 back in its box! We hope our government will make the best decisions and our scientists and health-care people be their most efficient. Meanwhile my problem-solving brain-mind has revised an old mantra “a day at a time: this day!”

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