My last blog was written after only one week at home. Since that time I have picked up a few new hobbies and activities. I’ve been walking outside now since the gym is closed. I’ve found a variety of different types of yoga classes on TV and that’s been fun. I did some dancing with Debbie Allen and have continued to knit almost every day! Like an idiot I also signed up for a squat/ lunge challenge! It’s been challenging but I am definitely getting stronger and I’m not sore any more ?
Every morning I make a list of the activities I have planned and post them on Facebook to share with my friends and family. I’m hoping it might inspire them/you to try something different during these tough times. I’ve taken pictures every day of my walks, our garden, my kitty, my Zoom calls, basically everything. It will help me a few years from now when I try to remember what this COVID-19 LOCKDOWN was like. And its fun to post them on my daily Facebook updates.`
My friends and family have made this time bearable. FaceTime calls, phone calls, texts, cards, etc. Thank you all for your support?Yesterday after my birthday call I was exhausted and had to lay down. My head was spinning! I think too much stimulation can sometimes be a detriment, but it was certainly worth it.
This week will be more of the same. I’m really enjoying the calls on Friday and the other events that Maria Shriver and the Alzheimer’s Assoc are doing. Monday I have another infusion. Its #11 or 12…We need to be there at 10am but hopefully there won’t be any traffic. Last month we got there in under an hour! No one was on the streets and it was so weird.
I hope you are all holding up well and staying active. Audible books have keep me entertained when I don’t want to watch TV. Having Rusty and Bob at home is very nice too.
Love and peace, prayers and good health to all of you! We will get through this and hopefully come out of it a little stronger???
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