COVID-19 Quarantine, Day 2
I went to sleep last night at 10:30, and woke up at 7 AM. Didn’t even get up to go to the bathroom. I was wiped out, from the holidays, from cooking, and lastly and mostly because of Dan’s brother’s diagnosis. Haven’t slept like that in a long long time. Like maybe a couple of decades!
I picked up my phone when I got up and there was a text from one of my BFF’s up north, asking to chat sometime today. I went to the bathroom, came back and there was another text from another of my BFF’s from CT, saying she was sending prayers for all of us here. What a nice way to wake up!
During the course of my day, I spoke to both of them, as well as my BFF here, as well as my Wednesday’s Girls, and my Iowa girls, my son, and his girlfriend both called me. I was on the phone all day!
Dan’s brother was unaware until today that he had COVID. He didn’t believe Dan when he told him, so Dan told him to ask a nurse. He did, called Dan back and said “OH SHIT! I DO HAVE IT!” He seemed to be in decent spirits, and while he’s on supplemental oxygen, he’s not intubated. So far, so good I guess.
Besides talking on the phone all day, I made homemade ginger biscotti. They came out really good! So, I managed to keep busy today, aided by the concern of people I love. I’m watching a show on Prime entitled The Healing Field, Exploring energy and Consciousness Expanded. Very interesting listening to scientists provide scientific basis to alternative therapies, and how positive thoughts, consciousness affect our total health. It’s so interesting! It’s a great way to end my first full day of these 14 days of solitude.
Love and light everyone.