Our Covid experience. On Friday, our little one, Cameron, was sent home from school with a 'persistant cough' Luckily he seemed fine and was laughing and playing as usual, but, of course, we had to get him a test. It took us a few hours on the website, but finally, we saw some tests had opened up in Bishop Auckland - drive through tests at the Football Club. As we drove up, covid-proof young people in full PPE directed us to a parking place, instructing us to keep our masks on and keep our windows up. After a few minutes someone approached the car with a package which we recieved through a slightly open window.
The instructions were clear. The most difficult part was trying to take a nose swab from a screaming, frightened, three year old. The staff told us not to bother with a throat swab. I'm glad they did. The nose swab was bad enough. We had to twirl it around for fifteen second in both nostrils, and all while he was fighting to get away.
Finally it was done and the sealed package passed into the waiting box The next afternoon, just 25 hours after the test, we had the result, by text and by email - he was fine - no virus. All-in-all it was an efficient and effective process. He's back to school on Monday.
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The secret of a long life relationships. Today I am going to share about forgiveness, Saying 'sorry' is important. We all do or say things we regret. Things that hurt other people and sometimes damage relationships. Often these things are said or done accidentally and we regret them soon after saying them. When we want to put things right, the first thing to do is to say 'sorry'. This may seem obvious, but many people have a problem with saying these words, maybe through pride, or through shame at what they've done, or maybe through fear that whoever they have wronged will not forgive them. It is important to learn to say sorry as quickly as you can - and to mean it. Then the other party will realize that you did not mean it and hopefully forgive you.
There are two other parts to an apology. Firstly, you cannot just say that you're sorry - you have to mean it - otherwise it's meaningless. The third part is offering to make amends for what you've done, if you can. Dealing with 'apology' issues are especially important in relationships which can be badly damaged if one party does not know how to be and to say sorry - If this is an issue for you, it's best to discuss this with your partner - so that you understand each other.
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