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Sunday, April 5

Riding the storm out

5:40 pm 

Like most every day lately it’s been a calm uneventful day. The sun was shing all day and the temperature was mild. I went for a nice walk without a jacket around noon. Later in the afternoon I planted some stargazer lily bulbs in the front of the house and some bleeding heart roots in the back. I planted some morning glory seeds in the 3 big pots behind the patio lattice and sprinkled some allium seeds in the north side flower bed and then a whole bunch of assorted perennial wildflower seeds on the south side. Then I took most of my houseplants outside for the season. I still have all my aloe Vera plants inside still but they’re going out too. 
I made some germ face masks out of bandanas. We won’t be going back to school. I’m done in 7 weeks and out for good. What a crazy bummer way to go out. I’m trying really hard to stay positive. I’ve made myself a schedule to stick too so I don’t spin off the edge of reason #covid-19 #pandemic #shelterathome


Sunday, March 15

A Whole New World

Sunday 8:27 am

Mike and I have been up for a couple hours. We just went out to a couple stores, not so much that we needed anything but just to get out of the house a little. As yesterday the stores were pretty crowded and picked over. There are lots of bare shelves and no toilet paper, hand sanitizer, antiseptic wipes to be found.Most all events are canceled now and stores reducing their operating hours or closing entirely. Schools are closed until at least March 30 and may be extended when that dates arrives. At this point I’m dreading our school year being extended to June 3 but it may be even after that and there’s nothing I can do. Give it to God.

I read an article this morning from a pediatrician suggesting the corona virus has been here in the US months earlier and just wasn’t caught. There was a super bad “ flu” going around in December and January and many school staff and students had it. I got it the second week in January and it was awful. I had a fever for eight days and many other horrible symptoms. I’m wondering now if it was Covid-19. I’m trying not to become a total germaphobic hypochondriac but still..... you never know.


I am still just heartsick worrying about my daughter. She isn’t communicating with any of us and has just stated she’s trying to de-stress and get well. We have no clue if something awful happened or what. Her husband is not talking either. So I just worry, Hope and pray things will be okay in time. There’s nothing more I can do. 

I have a baking hen thawing out in the kitchen. I’m going to stuff it and roast it after while. 
Marinade injector.  I’ve been baking too many sweets lately and neither of us need that stuff so I’ve resolved to do better and behave myself. I’ve been unusually stiff and ache-y the last week so I’m planning to head over to the lodge pool after while and do some water exercises. Great women’s swim goggles  Last night after I finished the three loads of laundry I took a nice long rejuvenating hot bath, exfoliated my skin, conditioned  my hair Infusium hair treatment and  turned the bath jets on for a back and feet massage. It felt so good! I slept like a baby. My Bedside vaporizer











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