Five patient Friday links

Patience has stood the test of time for over a year now. Ever since Europe was hit by the dreaded corona, we have been subjected to various kinds of tests on a daily basis. Not so in the school sense, where we had to document that done spells without d, and that you multiply two fractions with each other by multiplying count by numerator and denominator by denominator.

No, it’s a completely different kind of test we’ve been exposed to. Namely, to have to comply with all the restrictions that politicians and authorities have imposed on the country like a half-heavy quilt. The space here is not sufficient to outline the restrictions that have paralyzed children, young people, adults, the elderly, animals and companies.

But one can safely say that our patience has been put to the test. Instead of getting excited about it, we might as well ask ourselves if we have learned anything from the situation. Are there new habits worth taking with us once we have crossed over to the other side? Or put another way: have we been spared bad habits during the period?

Appreciate your everyday life

And maybe we have learned to appreciate things that we used to take for granted. On my very own list, I can then outline the possibility of going to the gym and get some exercise. I have really missed it for a long time, which can be seen on the corpus. But I have also found that movies are actually best seen in the cinema.

And then there is the music. Yes, I play music at home on the facility every day (almost), but I really missed coming out and hearing real musicians pushing it off on stage while standing back with a draft beer in one corner of the venue.

And speaking of draft beer: it’s a whole relief that you can go out again and drink coffee or beer at a cafe or restaurant. And stare at people. And be with other people. So not necessarily together as in together. But in company with other people.

So let’s celebrate humanity and its cohesion. Let us note that we have been exposed to patience for a long period of time, but that we will hopefully soon be able to breathe freely again. After all, we have not been subject to war, dictatorship or worse. Let us celebrate freedom and let us support the industries that have been hit hard in the corona era.

And then it’s Friday. Again, our faithful link contributor Martin Bo has been at stake. Many thanks for your contributions, Martin Bo. Today he sends us in the arms of beer, more beer, birds, spices and seeds to the garden. People Like Us is about beer – specialty beer! Send more spices is a catering and cafĂ© company that originates from the Immigrant Women’s Center. We’re jumping back to the beer universe. Here you can mingle with the country’s beer enthusiasts. Are you crazy about flowers? So check out Spirekassen’s website and buy your seeds. We end up in the nest – the bird’s nest. The Danish Ornithological Society offers lots of info on the website.

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