Got to Facetime my family in England for an hour and a half today.

My daughter and I text every day, which is lovely, but it’s really great when we get to see each other on Facetime. Once we start we have so much to talk about.

I am still very concerned for her husband, my son-in-law as it is now week 6 with the long term Covid. I was relieved when she said that he phoned the doctor’s office, and has a telephone appointment tomorrow. I have no idea how he can manage going to work with a permanent headache that hasn’t gone from day one, and is so lethargic. I will keep you updated on how long this lasts.

I am still holding off about going to England, or arranging for my family to visit. There is still way too much going on, and we all need to stay as safe as possible.



  1. I’m so thankful for FaceTime! Saying prayers for your daughters husbandπŸ™β€οΈ and I hope you’ll be able to visit sometime next year if not sooner. I totally understand staying safe for all. πŸ₯°

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  2. My daughter was signed of for four weeks with Covid then started phased return yesterday to her three days a weeks NHS job in the community, after a long chat with occupational health. It is hard getting people back to work and for those who have developed long Covid It is life changing.

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  3. Getting long Covid is no fun and can really knock a person down. I have had long Covid for over a year now and it really wears me down at times. Shall pray for your son-in-law that it won’t last much longer. Have a good weekend Susie!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ΊπŸŒž

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