Of course, there is stuff to learn but the Zoom thing works well with our screenreader technology and, as often happens, I see more of a face on screen and hear more of a conversation in my headphones than round a table where taking turns to speak can be not so disciplined. On Zoom, we have shared meals with friends, enjoyed lots of church services, attended several concerts and learned lots from webinars. So we look forward to zooming through the Christmas period, not being isolated from our families and even doing a crossword which we can’t see to do ourselves with some very special friends. If you don’t know what Zoom is, I suggest you ask until you find out. You need a smartphone or a computer and, if you don’t want to be isolated, you need to get your bum in gear and set about learning to do these things, no matter how old you are. It all keeps the grey cells busy.