Category Archives: Special needs

Springtime blossom

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Sunday 5th April

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Springtime blossom

About to bloom

New life flourishes

A delicate pink costume

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Missing you poppet

As I always do

Sending much love

To heaven, to you

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Precious Angel son

xxxxx

RFA Tidespring

Leaving the bay this morning

Seen from the upstairs window

Off to patrol the seas and refuel other craft

Pink blossom

Flowers beginning to show

Porthmeor Beach, West End

Looking towards the Island

So very bright

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Saturday 4th April

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So very bright

Clear blue skies

A bitter wind

Seagulls rise

Trying hard

To sit outside

Enjoy the air

No compromise

Should be warmer

Tomorrow’s highs

So much better

Weatherman cries

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Love you sweetheart

Treasured Angel son

xxxxx

Royal Fleet Auxiliary Tidespring

Anchored in the bay

After shadowing Russian warships in the Channel

Amid the topsy turvy chaos

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Friday 3rd April

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Amid the topsy turvy chaos

It is really hard to find

A peaceful, mellow moment

To calm the unsettled mind

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And here I am, next to you

A sanctuary of silence

A place for quiet reflection

Keeping all in balance

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Standing beneath the branches

Of a tree yet to sprout leaves

I listen to all the birdsong

A smile that my heart believes

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Love you sweetheart

Beloved Angel son

xxxxx

A quick visit to the shop

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Thursday 2nd April

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A quick visit to the shop

Eggs and milk, potatoes too

All very polite and orderly

Keeping one’s distance in the queue

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Stopping by to see you as well

To check and spruce up your flowers

A little chat and quiet reflection

Wishing we had magical powers

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For a moment you’d be right there

I’d hold your hand and hug you

I would never, ever let you go

I really wish that could be true

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Thinking of you

Beloved Angel son

xxxxx

Driving off to the shops… looking down on the town

The Island

Man’s Head

Our daily walk

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Wednesday 1st April

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Our daily walk

In bright sunshine

Lifts the spirits

Fresh air sublime

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Wish you were here

With us too

Walking and sharing

In all we do

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Precious Angel son

xxxxx

Out on our daily walk

Down the hill to Porthmeor Beach

Beautiful blue skies

A line of heavy cloud on the horizon

The harbour was very quiet

Very few people around

An empty Fore Street

A relaxing, calm enclosure

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Tuesday 31st March

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Tidying the bottom garden

Ready for warmer weather

Sweeping up the leaves

Working hard together

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We could have a barbecue

Party when this is over

Right now it is so peaceful

A relaxing, calm enclosure

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Thinking of you

Missing you

Remembering you

Love you

Treasured Angel son

xxxxx

Godrevy Lighthouse through the trees, over the rooftops

Isolation

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Monday 30th March

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Isolation

Segregation

Disassociation

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Detachment

Confinement

Disengagement

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Shielding

Distancing

Withdrawing

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Strange times

Life confines

Behind the lines

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Thinking of you my darling

Beloved Angel son

xxxxx

Working on the yoke today.

Thank goodness we have a garden, are able to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine

Stayed indoors

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Sunday 29th March

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Very cold with a bitter wind

Bright blue skies and sunny though

Stayed indoors, pottering about

Just keeping things on the go

An afternoon of crochet

Slowly beginning to grow

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Love you sweetheart

Beloved Angel son

xxxxx

Four flower squares completed

Three of the hearts done

Fiddly, fiddly, fiddly

Mine will be subtle light blues, not the Frida Kahlo paintbox brights

Blue skies and steely seas

Finding new things

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Saturday 28th March

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Out in the garden

Doing my crochet

Finding new things

To wile the time away

Underneath blue skies

An isolation day

Don’t know what you’d have done

To keep boredom at bay

YouTube and eating

You’d have much to say

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Thinking of you

Missing you always

Treasured Angel son

xxxxx

Starting a new pattern this afternoon

Two flower squares completed

View of Porthmeor from upstairs

A chilly north easterly whipping up the waves

Our once weekly trip

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Friday 27th March

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Our once weekly trip

To the shops today

The queue was long

Stand two metres away

Enter one at a time

Keep the spread at bay

Newspapers and food

Daffodil bouquet

The flowers for you

Our love to convey

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Missing you poppet

Darling Angel son

xxxxx

Another low tide at West End, Porthmeor

Waves over Gowner

A couple of walkers on their daily exercise