We understand that people with cancer are worried about coronavirus.
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These are worrying, testing times. I'm self isolating with diagnosed (but not tested) coronavirus which leaves me with plenty of time for making another dress for my youngest granddaughter (symptoms permitting). So how is everyone? What are you doing to keep sane or are you busy looking after your loved ones with little time for anything else. In our house it's become a case of the carer now being the cared for and it feels alien, but between us we're managing pretty well. Please do share your stories of your new and rather strange normal.
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