Bishop’s Stortford mum Cate Wilson writes the seventh aspect of her Lockdown Daily life diary for the Indie…
Just after more than three months of confinement, everyday living is slowly returning to some thing approaching regular. Hairdresser appointments have been booked, friends’ gardens have been frequented and stores have reopened on the higher avenue.
The greatest hurrah in the Wilson home although was the joyous information that we would finally be equipped to choose a relatives holiday.
Having now waved goodbye to an Easter break in the United states of america and cancelled a July excursion to see mates overseas, we had very long resigned ourselves to the point that the only waves we would be viewing this 12 months had been probable to be of the coronavirus selection.
Nonetheless, in a rare moment of fortuitous ahead planning by the Wilsons, we even now had just one ace up our