Like everyone else, normal life for the Mosley family has been on hold since late March. But that is about to change. Or at least partially. We may not be able to book a table at a restaurant to celebrate our wedding anniversary next week or plan an evening with friends in the pub any time soon. But we will, finally, be able to have a small family reunion in our garden. Our younger children, Dan, 25, and Kate, 20, are at home with us, but we haven’t been able to see our two older sons for far too long. Alex, 29, lives and works in London, so he will be able to pop over easily, while Jack, 28, plans to make a day trip from Manchester. After months locked up at home this feels like a big step towards some kind of normality, so I am thrilled, but I am also nervous. My mum, Joan, is 91 and self-isolating at her home in Dorset, and although we are keen to visit her, she’s vulnerable, and I don’t know how we will manage all the practicalities of social distancing and protecting her safety. Because no matter how much this easing… Read full this story
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