Looking On The Bright Side

It’s been a while! Bogged down with work, bus rides, helping friends, family and lots of socially isolated, vulnerable people. (Immediate family 🀣)

I’d be lying to myself if I said it’s not be tough, because it has (Still is) but I’ve been lucky-ish because at least I’ve been able to carry on working (Mostly) apart from the 7 day self isolation, so my mental health is mostly healthy, with sporadic episodes of “What the f#$#$ckkkkk”!

Anyway, I’ve been working almost constantly along with those members of the team who have not been isolated or afflicted by personal loss.

There’s a faint light at the end of the viral tunnel (We hope) and because of the forced decimation of our team, I’ve been fortunate to meet a member of the management team (Very high up) who appears to share my sense of demented humour!!!

We’ve had fun and laughs, but if it’s ok with you, I’ll write about it when I get a little more time because I have to go to work in 15.

It’s sort of comforting and familiar to be back.

69 thoughts on “Looking On The Bright Side

  1. Glad to hear you’re plugging on! Those light area at the end of a tunnel often prove to be birth canals if followed out. Look for new, serendipical ops to be born as a result of your earnest hanging in there!

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  2. Getting back to “normal” even when its a little different, is comforting. When life knocks us down (as it has many of us), our getting up (as you have), our foundation has become stronger. Keep the faith and the momentum.

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