Zoom with Sibs
Everyone and everything seems so far away, during the pandemic. The upcoming holidays remind me of that. Don and I aren't the only isolated ones. Our 4 sibs (and spouses) and our 2 kids (and spouses) are in 5 different states. None of us are close to each other.
But our Zoom gatherings help so much. When Don and I zoomed with my sibs the other day, our daughter called. Everyone waved to Heidi. I love technology!
So Far Away
Some people are used to being far away. Don and I watched the launch of Spacex on Sunday.
Now, that is isolation! They can't step out onto the patio and enjoy a book, when they start feeling cooped up.
On Tuesday, Don dragged me out to the patio at 6:45pm. He keeps track of the Space Station and knows when we can view it from our yard. It was amazing to look up and see the light, slowly passing by... with 4 new members on board, from Spacex! Wow. We didn't even have to leave home for that bit of entertainment.
Far Away Neighbor
Today, I made use of the patio again. My friend visited for the first time. We live across the street from each other. That's not a long distance, but during a pandemic it is. It's been over 8 months since we've sat and talked. We greeted each other in masks, then had tea at opposite ends of the table and talked forever. After months, it suddenly she felt like we were across the street neighbors again.
I started this complaining list/blog, in May 2016. I posted 200 gripes about my breast CANCER and then I was done.
On March 13, 2020, I started venting all over again, when another disease (starting with a C) interfered with my life. This time it was the invasion of COVID and it affected every person. I ranted for a year, until I got my COVID vaccine in March 2021.
CORONARY Artery Disease was the reason I restarted this blog on September 26, 2021. This time it was my hubby Don, who was dealing with a worry that started with the letter "C".
Coronavirus and Cancer, Coronary Artery Disease! All are evil, but none can totally get me down... if I vent! I usually end up feeling a little more positive at the end of each post!
Navigating This Mess!
The most recent post is at the top, from coronary posts in 2022, back to cancer posts in 2016.
To find past posts, look below the "Archives" section, to find "Categories".