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Update … I should be back to blogging tomorrow.

Thank you all so much for your continued support and well wishes, and prayers. I can feel each one of them.

Chris has been extremely well. She got her stitches out this morning and her surgeon released her. She has been starting to get some of her own meals which has given me a little break and some much needed rest. All I can say is Long Covid makes caring for a loved one extremely hard.

I’m hoping to resume my challenges tomorrow morning, providing I can get them scheduled the day before. Here are the next few challenges and topics.

Tomorrow Thursday: CBWC: Numbers: Anything with numbers on it.

Tuesday: CFFC Things People Drive.

Wednesday: CMMC March Pick a Topic from my photo.

For the Love of Challenges

I’ve gathered a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

Qi (energy) hugs


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  1. Glad to see you back. We all have been suffering from cough and cold. Our doctor told us about viral fevers happening and most people recover slowly in spite of taking medications.


  2. I’m so happy to hear that Chris is doing better and you guys are getting back to normal. We will still keep you in our prayers, but glad to know you are able to get some rest.


  3. It only feels like forever. Once someone or you starts to feel better, it moves along pretty fast — as long as Chris doesn’t overdo it AND you give yourself a chance to get some sleep and ease back into your stride. Take care of you both — and don’t push it πŸ˜€


    • We are being especially careful, because o Long Covid. That is such a confusing factor to figure in. That is partly why Chris was so sick without us knowing it. πŸ˜€


      • My son — who lives in this house — has COVID. He’s doing OK with the special meds — and he was fully vaccinated too, but the odds are pretty good we will come down with it during the next couple of weeks. My doctor said the moment I test negative, call — special meds are on the way. And, he said, “You are in great shape. Don’t worry.” He didn’t even add the usual “for our age” at the end of the sentence.

        I think in the end everyone will get it. You can’t hide forever and Owen works out there in the real world. I just felt bad because we may have brought it to Tom and Ellin who have also never had it.

        I’m just counting on the quick-acting anti-COVID medications working. I’ve so enjoyed NOT being sick!

        Moral of the story? Yu can run, but you can’t hide.


  4. Good news Cee, so pleased Chris is on the mend now. You must take care of yourself too ….as you say taking care of loved ones is not a walk in the park throw in long Covid and it’s riding the rapids. Love to you both keep getting better both of you.πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ


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