being normal….

so moving to Shrewsbury has been a big move for me probably more than i realised it would be, it is a lovely quiet place and feels safe and very different from Southend on Sea. My bungalow is ten minutes walk from my daughter and husbands house. I have coped very well with the amount of vision i had sustained though registered severely sight impaired but since the pandemic it gone down i would say another 50% which has been very scarey. Is the stress of it or the dark shadow that lurks over this World with the virus with negitivity. Moving is one of the most stressful thing we can do and i have done this with advanced glaucoma! which in hindsight was probably a bit crazy to do! I just walked down the road with Polly on my own which have not done for a long while, i felt very nervous doing this… i just want to have a normal life and go and watch Bake Off with my daughter and do some shopping for clothes and just simple things in life… can i do this…PLEASE…letme get on with life as normal…

Author: Rosy

I became interested in poetry about a year ago and try to write about things from my heart that are associated with events in my life or events going on in the World at large or closer to home. I am a visual artist and still am to a certain extent having exhibited some of my work as a visually impaired artist using sponges to paint. I have lost most of my eyesight in recent years to advanced glaucoma and my vision is now very limited I am finding my creativity now evolving in writing poetry and hope to publish my own book of verse in the future. I have a blog page on Wordpress where I share my poetry, art, photography, thoughts and favourite quotes and prayers at

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