It’s been months since I was able to blog and read others blog posts that make me laugh, make me cry and bring me encouragement. Lots has happened.
I shared with you that my daughter had Ovarian Cancer last year for the second time. Well, on December 19, 2019 she was declared cancer-free again! What a blessing! Because of the chemotherapy she took, her immune system is vulnerable. She is staying at home during this COVID-19 Pandemic and thank God so far, so good.
My husband and I both are feeling our ages, we’re both in our middle 60s. He has difficulties, but takes great care of me because I got a bum knee. I was supposed to have it replaced next week Tuesday, but that was canceled. I’ll wait. We sit around here and laugh and joke and play and talk like we’re teens. It’s been fun! Sometimes we do more than play like young people; we really enjoy each other like we used to. Nuf said. Yep, we are staying at home.
That grandson, Jonathan, whose journey I’ve shared with you all was one of the happiest teens ever when he heard that he wouldn’t be going to school for the rest of the school year. He really smiled about that. Then the school work began coming across online. He still smiles, but since his work is definitely due at certain times of the week, the smile isn’t as big. He’s driving his granddad and me around all the time, taking us everywhere. He was until the order to stay at home came. But he’s doing fine. He’s staying at home.
Since we’ve had this extra time to be together, we’ve caught up with family and friends on social media and on the phone. We’ve laughed and talked about anything and everything even more. We have really stopped and taken time to look at each other and rediscover why we love each other. Staying at home ain’t that bad!
Here’s a picture of Jonathan and his granddad from March 8th (he’s 15) a little before the stay at home order.
JONATHAN AND HIS GRANDDAD WALKING TOGETHER
Talk to you later!