Tuesday, December 1, 2020

WW: Thanksgiving Weekend

For Thanksgiving we had a Zoom meeting, with family that lives right here in the same town. Some might think that’s extreme. I tell ya if there’s something out there, one of my family members catches it. We’ve had Polio, Meningitis, Staph Infection, Chicken Pox, Shingles and more. I didn’t want to add Covid to the list. 

On Thanksgiving my brother in law wasn’t feeling good. He’s a firefighter. My sister soon felt ill to. They both tested positive, for Covid. I guess now we can add that to the ever growing list of things we’ve gotten. I’m thankful, we could meet through technology. I’m hopeful they don’t get it too bad. 

My niece had her hair way up in the Zoom meeting, so the next day I did the same. I was thinking - Gee I haven’t put my hair up this high in f.o.r.e.v.e.r. Reason...there’s a pandemic, and I find no need to get a hair cut. 

On Sunday we set the tree up. I sent the boys out, for an hour walk in the process. They were driving me batty. It’s the season. 

I hope all is well in your family.


Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

sorry to hear your family got the virus - hope they get well soon

stevebethere said...

I liked what you said Aliss and very sensible too that is not extreme at all :-)

I liked the photos I would put my hair up to but I hardly have any LOL :-)

Have a zoomtastic safe week 😷😷😷

Lydia C. Lee said...

That is a stress. I hope they are ok. It's just awful. Though I do know a few people that seemed to get a very mild version, so hopefully it's that. You're hair looks lovely - we are allowed to hairdressers but I held off because I didn't want someone that close to me. I finally got my first haircut this week since March!

Ed Dzitko said...

A sign of the times

csuhpat1 said...

I hope that your family is ok. Sending you prayers and positive thoughts. Looking very nice.

Terra Heck said...

Your tree looks nice. Hope your extended family recovers well from the COVID.

Theresa Mahoney said...

It was just the 5 of us for Thanksgiving here. I thought it was a nice change of pace. My nephew, who is diabetic, tested positive for Covid a few weeks back. Thankfully my mom, who he lives with and is a senior, did not catch it from him. We were worried about him with his diabetes and all, but he just got a little tired and lost his smell and taste. I think the illness is a bit more forgiving on the younger set, even if they are in the at risk category.

mail4rosey said...

Oh wow! Precaution really paid off. I'm sorry to hear you have Covid in your family. We've had so many people catch it at our school now. Two more students and a teacher just this past week. At first it seemed okay to be in -person at school. Now I think it's only a matter of time until most every teacher and student catches it, but yet they make us stay.

mail4rosey said...

Oh, I went off on a tangent and forgot to say that I think your tree is lovely! :) Have a wonderful day!!


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