A magpie's miscellany.
Some people are just brilliant at rising to the occasion aren't they - and they are the ones that do us all the power of good.
This is the time when so many ordinary people become heroes. Bless them all.
Wonderful story, thank you for sharing.
This man certainly is a hero. Not for walking five miles; most can do that, but for loading his back with so many pounds of goodness.
Well in answer to you all, the Archbishop Justin Welbey said this morning, that there has been a 'resurrection of generosity and kindness' in these troubled times, and perhaps that is as good as an Easter tidings now.
It is so heartening to see special people step up to the mark in such unprecedented times. People who care. Never since the world wars have ordinary folk proved their metal and put their lives at risk to help the populace, in jobs deemed ordinary in normal times. We will never take supermarket staff, delivery drivers, postmen for granted again and ALL the NHS staff should have MEDALS, from the cleaners upwards and thumping pay rises for nurses after this.We won't mention the scum that also float to the surface . . .
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