JESS AND DAD HAVE ONE COVID-19 VACCINE DOWN – ONE TO GO-I visited Jess via the windowpane to see how she was doing. Please read on for more
Well, it was bound to happen. Last week I wrote about Mitch’s diagnosis. Four days later I would receive my positive Covid-19 Diagnosis.
A Positive Covid-19 Test Result on Our 41st Wedding Anniversary. As my Dad jokingly said, “even a hypochondriac can be right sometimes!”
Covid-19 testers-I respect the people performing this unpleasant task. But my last test may have tickled my brain!
6 Reasons to buy a camper! Mitch and I unknowingly were trendsetters before COVID-19. We bought a pop-up camper back in January prior to the Pandameic. POST-COVID- or MID- COVID, I am more than looking forward and prefer to use the camper and avoid hotels.
It has been 160 days since normalcy. We worry if Jess is losing skills while she is distancing at home. Still, we experienced 3 Great Moments.
Complicated Covid Conversations are hurting my brain!
I resigned from my day job. I only gave one day notice. My adult bosses were very understanding. My four-year-old boss was OK with it and we are still waiting to hear what my 9-month old manager has to say.
We just had our second visit since February! Sharing the Hi! Please sign-up for one blog per week!
For many years we did not know our daughter Jessica’s correct diagnosis. We did know that the DNA Jess was missing played a significant role in her development. In 2002, when Jessica was 20 years old, we received results that Jess has a rare chromosome deletion (missing piece). We struggled to find another family inContinue reading “Why We and Other Families of Children with Disabilities Zoom from Across the World”
I recently saw a TikTok video (see below) that cracked me up. It started 8 weeks ago and showed a woman sterilizing all her groceries as she wore a mask, gloves, and goggles (a bit reminiscent of me). The video moved to 2 weeks ago where she was lightly dusting the tops of each groceryContinue reading “Opening the Doors To Another Phase…..”
Victoria is 62 years old. She exercises regularly, tries to eat well and enjoys a glass or two (or three) of wine on occasion. She goes to the salon to get her hair colored every three weeks, she needed it every two weeks because once the grey root line started and spread it was visible butContinue reading “A Bad Hair Day has a New Definition”