Even the dog gets it. I had struggled with autoimmune diseases for years prior to contracting Covid-19. I am a member of various Facebook groups and have social media friends that share my struggles. I have been able to connect with some great people in real life. One I even met at mile 13 of … Continue reading Happiness as a Choice
I would like to anoint 2020 not as the year of Covid, but the year no one stopped complaining...ever. Every time I thought we reached the moment that it would quit, new things were found to complain about. Sometimes it was hilarious. But most of the people complaining? Didn’t really have much to complain about … Continue reading Adios 2020, and everyone else? Quit your complaining!!!
“Broken Arrow” captured by yours truly. It’s been an experience. Whenever my husband and I talk about things that aren’t so great in life, he does such a good job of framing it as part of life’s experiences. how could we appreciate the magical if everything was wonderful all the time? I think about where … Continue reading Wrapping Up 2020
A local eatery trying to make it work in 2020. On Tuesday, I had the pleasure of meeting a friend for dinner. She is a teacher, and coupled with my Covid, we had not seen each other since August! She had been out to dinner once already in the outdoor tents that have been constructed … Continue reading Eating in A Tent in the Winter
So its 10 weeks of Covid for me now. The last few days have been pretty bad and I am feeling angry and frustrated. Last night, in a fit of desperation, I broke down and doubled my Topamax dosage. Think about that, in order to hope for any sort of relief from my lingering Covid-19 … Continue reading Reluctant Covid Believers
Credit: New York Times online, October 20, 2020 There is no missing it, the United States is heading in the wrong direction when it comes to Covid-19 infections. I am deeply worried and conflicted when I hear this news. During last night's evening news, I heard people speaking of "Covid fatigue". Today marks the two … Continue reading Here We Go Again
Since it has become clear that Covid-19 is not letting up, I thought I would spend a blog post on items we found particularly important while recuperating from the virus. The two most important things you MUST have on hand are a good working thermometer (make sure you have back up batteries) and a pulse … Continue reading Covid Weapons
The New York Times has an excellent article about testing in today’s paper. What I like about today’s article is that it transcends the usual political arguments between the two parties. At this point it is clear that the Democrats want to throw a lot of money at the virus, but there is not a … Continue reading For God’s Sake – Testing!
Covid is a strange disease. I look forward to learning more about it in the future - since that is how science works. I chuckle listening to people who have never had it talk about it as though they know anything. Unless you’ve had it, work in the medical profession with Covid patients in a … Continue reading Neurological Covid
Ever since becoming infected with Covid-19, I have wondered so many things ... How will my body react a week from now? A year from now? Ten years from now? Who are my real friends? Do they really care to understand or does the reality of the infection frighten them too much to let too … Continue reading Because of Covid …