There is light at the end of the tunnel?

For some of us there is a good feeling about maybe things are getting better slowly. I am lucky I have had my injection for Covid last week. To me that was incredible to see how well organised the NHS and volunteers were I thank them all. Everyone is working so hard yet I hear so many moaning about “this and that”. Most are fit folk missing the hills and wild places. Yet in the great scheme of things these are minor life changes.

Many cannot visit loved ones on hospital or those in old folks homes. Most have been confined to there rooms for a year it’s very sad. Even worse is losing a loved one and not being able to go to the funeral. There is also the mental health impact of the shutdown that will be with us for years.

I think things are improving so instead of firing off posts in the media have think what you are writing. I would hate to be a politician whatever your leanings. Yet no one should be making money out of this crisis ?

Many folk have lost jobs, business and sadly

family most have limited money to look after families.

Yet we must be positive and pass that on. I wrote about losing my brother last week. Yet as I wander my village about so many kind folk some I do not even know talk to me about losing a loved one. Shared times that mean so much to me.

I have learned so much during this time. Hopefully things are improving slowly for us all. Let’s keep going keep looking after each other and stay in contact especially now .

Better time’s are coming I feel it will not be easy but we must keep going.

Comments welcome.

An Teallach what top ?

About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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2 Responses to There is light at the end of the tunnel?

  1. John Bainbridge says:

    Had mine today. Sign up as soon as you can.

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