Sunday Reflections: A Week in Review ~ 6/12/22

Two days in a row I took tentative steps to rejoin the human race. I’m the only dorkalina in a mask still unless it is a socially distanced pic in front of Van Gogh or eating on a picnic table on the patio of LaLa’s with no other customers around but that’s ok. Vaccinated twice and double boosted could be the charm. I’ll be sticking that Covid test swab right up my nose, to get the hybrid train rolling, unless I panic & escape back to the four walls within my home that have become a prison. Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair.

And I had been going into the office July 2021 through March 2022 but life intervened with the in-laws’ health which frankly isn’t any better but staying close to home has become an excuse. My chronic pain is flaring up and that is also another reason to stay put. But saw the doctor Thursday and we have a plan. Fingers crossed.

And in other news, well I still need to process things. I’ll be as vague and full of mystery as possible. Definitely will spill the tea as the kiddos say but only as it relates to me. Before I get any more cryptic, here is the roll call.

  • Sunday 6/5/22 – #SLS and A Side of Angst (in absence of evidence, I made stuff up, then things sort of got better. My life shifted on this day at 4:11 CST to be exact)
  • Monday 6/6/22 – Haiku – rise & divide
  • Tuesday 6/7/22 – Share Your World
  • Wednesday 6/8/22 – #1linerWeds.
  • Thursday 6/9/22 – Thoughts
  • Friday 6/10/22 – Ramble
  • Saturday 6/11/22 – #SoCS

Peace y’all. Until next time. Stay safe.

As always, more to come.

12 thoughts on “Sunday Reflections: A Week in Review ~ 6/12/22

  1. I still mask up. I still won’t go to dine inside near people. I still shop and have appts first thing in the morning. I am double boosted but with all my medical concerns, I still will take no chances,

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    1. I appreciate the prayers very much. I’ll definitely share because I want to share. I couldn’t keep quiet if I tried. Better out than in ala Shrek. lol

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    1. I feel better that I’m not the only one. We did see some at the exhibit doing as we did. But many more were maskless. I don’t want to get pandemic fatigue or complacent and drop my guard. A mask around people is in the plan for me too. And in the near future, when I have to return to the office, testing is required but I will still mask up. Doing so has become my security blanket.

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