Yesterday's post was short and really was a light look at someone happily doing her craft. Yet if the truth be told what we have is bleak miserable news to contend with every day. Simon Jenkins puts it well - We cannot turn away from suffering. As he so rightly says news by television and most commentators is a voyeuristic journey of pain and horror. Of course I am not denying this but could we not have a much broader discussion about solutions. One day there is not enough relief medicine, water and food getting through the next few days suddenly it goes silent on this.
Well good news peeps out occasionally, the Great Fen project in Cambridgeshire is suddenly coming to fruition. Land given over to growing food is now being turned into a watery wildness. Though, yes there is an extra thought, what with all the rain we are having isn't the rest of Britain turning into a wet marshland?
I made a silly mistake last night, got my am and pm mixed up, the meditation session on a meeting was in the morning not in the evening, my granddaughter pointed it out to me when I couldn't get on to the Zoom meeting. I find Zoom a bit clumsy but will work on it. I even managed to set up a Zoom meeting myself yesterday evening, but sadly there was only myself to talk to!
This photo seems rather appropriate - A rainy day in London - which I came across the other day.