- Jun 23, 2018
- Location (City and/or State)
- East Texas
Lyn, I’ll continue to pray for y’all.. I’m glad to see you pop in.. stay safe please.Hi again managed to get up to speed with you all.
I am so glad not to read that anyone has the virus and that you are all well.
Our schools are shut so I'm home all day. I have to visit the local Aldi store every couple of days to stock up with Lola's food, because the weeds aren't grown enough yet. I don't take too long about it though and scurry back home asap. It wouldn't surprise me if I've had the virus having had 3 different coughs since end of October, but as we can't be tested yet I'm not taking chances. We aren't even supposed to visit our own families but there are families in my street who seem to be carrying on as normal with people coming and going all the time.
My brother starts radiotherapy next week and I have had to stay away from him for a while which is hard because he needs the stimulation and company - but he doesn't need covid 19 so best to stay away. He is still confused and blissfully unaware of how ill he is. The steroids he is on have been making him very anxious and agitated so he has to be sedated a few times but the docs have now reviewed and changed his meds so hopefully he will be calmer. It is very sad to see him so stressed.
The weather has been beautiful but still chilly in the mornings and evening for the last week which is great but means the nasty neighbours who aren't working now, are in the garden effing and blinding most of the day. Still - there are worse things to worry about now.
Lola is well and 'self isolating' for most of the time - he loves his cosy house.
I put him on the grass yesterday afternoon as it was very warm but he panicked and moved faster than he has for a long time and went straight back indoors into his den.
He is eating well but only if it is left inside his door!
I'll should be able to pop in more often now so hopefully will speak to you soon.