Buzzwords

In the midst of this pandemic, hearing constant Covid news Irritating buzzwords are creeping into use Go hard, go early, crush the curve, halt the virus spread Social distance, stay indoors, work from home instead Close the bars and restaurants, lock the borders down Save your outings only for essential trips to town Break the … Continue reading Buzzwords

The Isolation Flat

We had been summoned by Serafina to an emergency meeting to discuss our Pandemic Plan. It wasn’t something any of us were anticipating with uncontained enthusiasm, but we dutifully went along at the allotted time to hear what she had to say. We sat down and Serafina at once became businesslike and addressed the group. … Continue reading The Isolation Flat

Scarface

This story is longer than usual, but I’ve got that much news I literally don’t know where to start! I suppose it all started on Christmas Day when Mummy was given a very special Christmas present by her daughter.  It was a framed portrait of me painted by a local artist!  I didn’t get to … Continue reading Scarface

C.A.T.

Mummy had to go to hospital a few weeks ago. She was gone for over a week! Of course, she had someone come to look after me, but I was just so worried, particularly after what happened last time when she was taken away for a whole month! Even though I was still just a … Continue reading C.A.T.

Striking a Nerve

As hard as I try to stay positive about my MS, I have to be honest and say that the last couple of weeks have been a challenge.  The problem with something like MS is that symptoms that “normal” people suffer (like my current problem which feels like a pinched nerve), immediately get filed under … Continue reading Striking a Nerve