Dreaming in January

Egg honesty box in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)

District Nurses care for patients who are housebound. Usually these are people who are too frail or ill to leave their homes. Last week the government wrote to 1.5 million people with conditions that put them at greater risk of complications if they were to catch Covid-19, asking them to stay at home. Many of these people will be able to independently manage their conditions in isolation at home, but many won’t. Things have got just a little bit busy on the nursing front.

Here are some photos from a week back in January. I had the amazing luxury of whisking myself off to a teeny-tiny converted barn in deepest-darkest Devon to write and dream and write some more. Back then, Covid-19 was only a whisper on the other side of the world.

Churchyard teasels in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)
Rooster in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)
Jug of flowers in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)
Graveyard snowdrops in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)
Tractor in barn in Devon. Photograph by Hannah Foley. All rights reserved (www.hannah-foley@co.uk)
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