Category: writing

Help is Not on the Horizon

It was my birthday yesterday. I ended the day by having a big cry. I was a bit in my cups, to be fair, but this morning I sat and analysed why I was feeling so low. It’s not the isolation. I can cope…

Willingly Isolated

Day 12 of being in the house and practicing proper social distancing. Day 8 of full isolation due to symptoms. Day 5 of UK lockdown. I got really emotional this morning. No idea why. I have so much to do, so many tasks to…

Writing for Change

Covid-19 U.K. lockdown day 4, self isolation day 7, social distancing day 11; I think. Starting to lose track now! This blog post is slightly self-indulgent, but I think we all deserve a little self-indulgence from time to time! I’ve been going through my…

COVID-19 So Far

I’ve been meaning to keep a bit of a journal because in years to come, I’ll want to look back and remember what was going on now. If I don’t write it down, the anxiety and constant dealing with stuff will wash away the…

Online Support for You

At the Pagan Federation we’ve been talking about what sorts of content we should be putting online for our communities, to help them out when they’re in isolation and unable to leave their homes. We already do online moots and festivals, in fact, do…

Valentine’s Softness

‪ An old #ValentinesDay poem (link below) which switches between cynical and soft- which are you this #Valentine2020 ?‬ ‪https://mabhsavage.com/2017/02/14/my-tuesday-valentine/‬

Keep Turning the Lights Off

I sometimes feel In the singular Even in my own home Flicking switches Tightening taps Rinsing our eggshells Crushing them Like brittle dreams But over time My way is becoming The way Save the jars Scrub and recycle the plastic Make towers of tubs…