These are the positive things Sheffield people have taken from 200 days of lockdown
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We wanted to help spread some happiness because we know our city is a wonderful place full of great people and, even in the most difficult of times, there are always reasons to be cheerful.
So, we asked our readers to share with us one positive thing that they have taken from these last few months.
These are some of the responses.
Chris Jackson said: “The food boxes at the beginning of it all, we were very happy to see those.”
Stephen Wan said: “Working less and spending my time with loved ones.”
Mary Pye said: “Family and friends are all that matter, but I knew that anyway.”
Steven Jowle said: “My relationship has grown a lot stronger.”
Lisa Poulton said she’d learnt that ‘wanting and needing are very different choices’.
Paula Heeley Ezeldine said: “I’ve saved money by not going out on Friday to pubs.”
Claire Mcintosh said: “Spending quality time with my daughter Poppy.”
Darren Lillywhite said: “The natural world got a rest from human activity.”
Louise Thomas said: “Getting a permanent job.”
Linda Stringer said: “I’ve started my own estate agency business and I couldn’t be happier.”
Cath Batley said: “I learnt to play the saxophone.”
Johnby Daze said: “The kindness at the beginning, when neighbours looked out for each other, and the weekly clapping for our brave NHS heroes.”
Stevie Henry said: “I've started to draw and sketch again after a 20 year long break and I’m chuffed to bits with the results.”