Mar 25, 2020 08:01PM sylviaexmouthuk wrote:
Thank you for your latest post.
Where I live is not a retirement complex. It is a complex for all ages and there are no special facilities for the elderly. It is not like the McCarthy and Stone complexes for the over 65s.
When things get back to normal we have decided to take a taxi to do our shopping in our own local Tesco store in Exmouth which is just over a mile away from where we live. We are friendly with a lot of the staff there and miss going there. The goods from the on line shopping come from the big store in Exeter and it is not as good. We also want to support our own store.
Like you, I do feel for the people going through breast cancer treatment at this time. I think we are all thinking about Marias, Maryjv and Helenlouise at this particular time and supporting them as much as we can.
Thank you for your kind words about Raymond. He is doing well after just nearly six weeks since surgery. It is a pity that Boris has rationed walking to once a day. After his latest speech about allowing shopping, doing it as infrequently as possible, and going on line to do it, the Tesco on line shopping crashed! As for the NHS we would not be in this absolute panic if we had not had to suffer ten years of Tory cuts and when Boris says "Our NHS" I feel quite sick. Back in 1948 the Tories and doctors were against a National Health Service.
I agree with you that we need to focus on breast cancer and look for good news.
Have a look at what I posted to Mary about the coronavirus forum that I found under active topics.
That is about all for today.
Sending best wishes to you and Michael.