Ain’t nothing like the real thing.
Crossing the River Styx.
Well here we are wherever here is. Much of this article is about Death because a form of Death is what we are facing I believe and I think the best option is to face it. ‘Die before you die’.
Sometimes I feel I’m turning into Gomez Addams from the Addams Family. In this reality Death is part of Life which we prefer not to look at and I’ve found the more you look at it, you can only but laugh at the absurdity of the idea. My view is that Death as we experience it is pure illusion.
Death has been there in the background for me since just before the MH 370 crash when I joined as a volunteer in a shop for a local Hospice. I doubt if it was coincidence. In general it is full of wonderful people and both volunteers and paid staff work fxxking hard. And I’ve made many friends and one friend in particular who has been part of this since I joined. Thank you. Its been quite a journey !
I haven’t done paid work since 2004. I lived off savings and money from a sale of a house for a few years but I eventually ended up visiting the local Job Centre in about 2010 and in my bizarre life I’ve had to visit it every few weeks to confirm I’ve been searching for a job. Occasionally they send me on courses or frighteningly a job interview. I’m told a job in a Call Centre or something similar would be a good idea and I’ve always wanted to say ‘Why ?’. Anyway ‘Welcome to my World’.
And OMG I cried tears of joy when I saw this. Hopefully it’s not coming back.
Kill Them With Kindness.
Who are the Others. Who are Them. Who Are We ?
It has a job to do and it’s not stopping until its done. Acceptance is the answer I believe and the battle is doomed to fail. Working with Anti Matter. Or maybe Anti Matter is the real thing.
And someone’s having a laugh !
‘When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will move to Reigate’.
It has been decided that a temporary mortuary will be set up about a ten minute walk from me at the local Fire Station in Reigate.
From Surrey Life :
‘Part of Reigate Fire Station is being turned into a temporary mortuary to deal with the rise in COVID-19-related deaths, SurreyLive understands.
The station, between Wray Park Road and Oak Road, is on the Wray Park site which is owned by Surrey County Council (SCC).’
I went to have a look at the site this morning. A wall has been constructed to stop people seeing into it. I’ve noticed a variety of different sorts of walls and shutters in many aspects of life are going up. Don’t think they will work. Or maybe everything is just shutting down.
Where’s the toilet paper ? There it is !
And if you think you are in a movie, you are probably correct.
Westminster Bridge, London yesterday.
And from 28 Days Later.
It’s A Stitch Up.
‘We’re Getting Married In The Mourning.’
And a Little Batts. Hindsight is 2020.
To Infinity and Beyond.