The day after… page 176

Day 286 – 12/26/2020

Wild ride today… got up at 7:00, ate part of my breakfast, realized things were wonky, went back to bed at 8:30 and slept for 3 & a half hours. Chills, body aches, nausea, the strength of a kitten. Better now after passing out for a while, and I don’t think it’s anything but stress and fatigue so maybe I’ll get my legs under me again before the day’s out. Poor anxiety-driven system.

Cold this morning but up into the 50s now and Kim’s heading out for another walk. Don’t think much else will be shakin’ for the foreseeable.

On the day after, I’m thinking of these guys… we were last with them 2 & a half years ago. Various circumstances have kept us from going to Atlanta, and before COVID they were busy going places, such as Amsterdam, and after COVID hit had to cancel a trip to Paris in March for John’s birthday. So it’s been a while since we could coordinate plans, and my heart feels it.

Think I’m gonna go wrap up in a blankie…

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Susan
    Dec 26, 2020 @ 16:31:35

    Hope you are feeling better. 2 1/2 years is too long not to see your son. Hoping for a vaccination soon. You take care.

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    • Judy Smith
      Dec 27, 2020 @ 07:17:01

      Thanks, think I’m gonna live. ❤️
      The vaccines are out there, but not for everybody yet… and then it’s still gonna be a while. Two spaced shots followed by continued distancing until the numbers are negligible in the nation. Could well be another year, depending on how efficient the rollout is. But humans survive and go on, and the planet has known worse in terms of heartache. And everybody will miss everybody before it’s over.

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  2. aRJay
    Dec 26, 2020 @ 14:09:49

    Oh, I hope you’re feeling better by now. The same thing happened to me the night before Thanksgiving. It only lasted through the evening and overnight and then I slowly got better the next day. Weird!
    John and Anthony look fabulous!!

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