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Since Cornavirus has hit its peak here in the UK, people are staying in, locking doors, and blessing themselves with hand sanitizer, so I thought now was a good time for me to give my two cents on the matter.
As many of you already know, I sadly had to postpone my book launch due to Coronavirus concerns. I don't want to be the author that gives someone the virus for venturing out to celebrate with me. Despite hoping that we have a solution by April, I simply cannot take the risk. The new date has been arranged for May 8th, which works beautifully, as it was the date in which WW2 ended in Europe. I can see the marketing now. Just beautiful.
I don't want this post to be all doom and gloom, like many posts I have seen on the wonderful web. I want this blog to be a place where you can come to escape all the negativity the world is forcing upon us.
Reason to smile number one.
A baby infected with the virus has the all-clear to leave the hospital and is recovering. Please share this post to combat all the negative ones filling our timelines. These journalists are trying to find hope.
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Picture is not mine, but courtesy of Pinterest.
Reason to smile number two.
Mr. Chang is a well-known figure in my home town of Derry for many reasons, but he is especially good at keeping our spirits up during this insane time. Just...look. Check this raving maniac out on Facebook here.
⭐️⭐️ "CUSTOMER NOTICE⭐️⭐️
When you use Ricebowl App for A ‘contactless Delivery Option !’
You are Not suppose to Open the door & say to the driver:-
“ What’s Happening Mucker? 1st Class service Mucker!”
Your delivery will be left outside."
Picture belongs to RiceBowl
Reason to smile number three.
The poor soul went to the doctors the other day, and on the way out, she used some hand sanitizer. Only, she forgot herself and blessed herself with it. That's one way to keep the virus away.
In all seriousness, keep safe, look after each other, and if you have any funny stories of your own, share them below.
Oh, and remember to... wash your hands.