Tag Archives: Covid 19 Lockdown

Lockdown Day 143 – 15 Aug 2020 Faith, Trust and Science

Day 143, our postal box number years ago and my girlfriend’s (now wife) secret code. I EAT SUGAR Let’s start off with feedback. I eat spoonsfoolls of sugar (not to make the medicine go down), because I like it. It … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 101 – 5 July 2020 – Benjamin Yorkshire

Lockdown Day 101 – 5 July 20202 Hi Everybody, I am Benjamin Yorkshire, Piet Maritz’s grandson. When my family moved to Ireland, I moved to my Granpa permanently. Granpa agreed that I may share my story on his Covid-19 Journal. … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 78 – 12 June 2020 – Loneliness

Loneliness Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf – Symphony in C-major “La Prise de la Bastille” Yesterday I was too busy to journal. In 78 days of lockdown the one thing I have not been is bored.  There are benefits to being … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 75 – 9 June 2020 – Peace

Peace Peace on Earth seems an elusive dream. To have peace, everybody must want peace and work towards peace. If there are 100 people and 99 want peace, but 1 person or group does not want peace, there will not … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 73 – 8 June 2020 – Birthdays

Birthdays John Denver Poems, Prayers & Promises Lyrics This John Denver song says about my life that I what like to say. I do not know why people get so excited about birthdays. Birthdays are actually extremely dangerous. Too many … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 72 – 6 June 2020 – Contentment

Contented Edward Elgar – Serenade for Strings Op.20 “Happiness will never come to those who fail to appreciate what they already have.” – Bilal Zahoor “Contentment is an attitude that says, I will be satisfied with what God has given … Continue reading

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Lockdown – Day 71 – 5 June 2020 – Closeness

Closeness Closeness. A few days ago, I thought about distance. Is closeness related to distance? I am not sure. I am not sure that closeness is the same as physical proximity. Or that distance destroys closeness. Flauta Indígena de Bambu, … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 69 – 3 June 2020 – Randomness

Randomness What random thought gave rise to thoughts about randomness on a random Tuesday in June 2020? I am random – like a thunderbolt not hitting the same place twice in a row. Now read the definition of randomness, compliments … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 68 2 June 2020 – Distance

Distance Today my youngest granddaughter turns 2. She lives less than 1 km from us. An easy walk. She might have been in Canada, too. Relaxing Music, Enchanting Forest, Nature Sounds, Piano Music, Stress Relief “But nothing makes a room … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 67 – 1 June 2020 – True and Not Quite so True!

True and Not Quite so True! You know there are stories that are not quite true and not quite a story? I love those types of stories. It always involves me. Let me share two of those: All my life … Continue reading

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