I'm going to be honest and say I'm finding the constant pandemic sadness and heartstring wrenching very wearing at the moment. So many personal stories of loss and despair in the news, specific programs, videos etc. I'm afraid I switch over now.
It is all so tragic and sad, and I feel deeply for those involved, but as I have said recently about The Repair Stop, I'm fed up being an emotional wreck by the end. That said, there was an inspiring war story yesterday about a boy who survived a mass firing squad of young boys from a village in Poland, he escaped and with other events along the way, eventually made his way to England.
I do like the Hearts Wall gradually appearing outside St Thomas's Hospital as a memorial to covid victims. It seems a fitting tribute, there is something of the Tower of London poppies about it.