Charlie and his Pappy (Mummy’s dad) got up and made me and his Granny a cup of tea / coffee and gave us our presents, Charlie chose his presents for me all by himself at the mother’s day shop the day before at school and they were lovely. Once we got up, the boys went down and made the breakfast of Charlie’s choice, a full English – it was delicious.
We then had a relaxing day, we spent time in the garden enjoying the nice weather and doing some jobs outside
News from that day:
Warnings for people to stay at home during the pandemic and stay away from their mothers on Mother’s Day feature prominently on the Sunday papers.
The Sunday Times leads with the stark warning: “Stay home alone to save your life”.
The Sunday Telegraph carries Boris Johnson’s grave message that the NHS will face an “Italian-style” crisis if people do not isolate at home.
The Mail on Sunday says the NHS is “on the brink”, while also pointing to book extracts concerning the Duke of York and Jeffrey Epstein.
Military planners are helping to ensure vulnerable Britons in self-isolation receive essential supplies, The Observer reports.
And The Independent says food banks are “in crisis” as panic buying continues.
The Sunday Express strikes a Mother’s Day theme, urging people to stay at home “for your mother’s sake”.
Lastly we had a delicious dinner from The Orange Tree Sawbridgeworth – although the restaurant is closed for eating in, they are offering a delivery / takeaway service
Just remember Stay Strong, Stay Safe & Be Kind
Charlie, Lizzie & Lollipop