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Debbie Flint



Daisy Dog goes to Kent and reevaluating life after Lockdown
4 June 2020

I don’t know about you, but doesn’t having to make yourself number one, makes you re-evaluate things?

So my first bit of news is, in case you didn’t know already, that I already tested positive for Antibodies. Yes I already had COVID-19. Apparently. Because I have no idea! Apart from feeling completely wiped out for about three days, probably early March I can’t really remember, when the only symptoms they were talking about were a cough and a fever, I don’t know when it was. (I paid for a test in Hammersmith at coronatestcentre.com clinic, With a £100,000 machine, blood test, the proper serology test.) Anyway, during all of this time and since, having followed all of the guidelines and really thought hard about my own needs, it made me realise that it’s time to make some changes.

 

with a £100,000 machine, blood test, the proper Sarah ology test.) Anyway, during all of this time and since, having followed all of the guidelines and really thought hard about my own needs, it made me realise that it’s time to make some changes.

 

I want to have my own place again! So I’m looking at renting somewhere near my sis Linda and my mum in Banstead. The estate they lived on is a converted hospital in Banstead Woods and the grounds are amazing, tennis court, barbecue, Koi carp et cetera. And I think if I move there I will feel like a proper grown-up! Down in Devon they have obviously been no retreats although I hope that the August ones will continue as planned. In the meantime I am looking at putting it onto Airbnb So people can rent it self catering as a holiday home. My daughters place in Wales which is now finished – the one that Nick built – is already booked for much of the summer assuming things change and people can go to UK holidays. So fingers crossed all will be good again.

 

Fingers crossed

 

I hope that

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