I think that the constant bombardment of updates on Covid-19 have finally driven me around the bend.
I know that none of us have the virus (or at least intellectually I know this) but when our priest sent out a letter asking those who had company visiting from out of province to stay home from the class, my mind started whirling. I of course sent back an email stating I would not be attending. Now all I can think about is what if Kurt was asymptomatic.
Not so worried about Kris as he downloaded the app that lets him know if he has been exposed to someone who has the virus. Then I started to think that app only works if the person he is exposed to turned on their app. Arrgh, my head is whirling.
The other thing driving me crazy is are we going to go into lockdown again, or at least a version of it? Do I need to stock up even more, where can I find shelf stable milk, or should I buy some nondairy almond milk? Will I actually be able to have my surgery, or will they lockdown the hospitals once again?
I know that these are all things that I, myself, have no control over. Yet if we all work together, we could have some control of this crazy situation.
I think I am driving myself mad. It does not help that the weather is getting colder and I won't be able to get out as much. Especially when the snow falls and it gets icy out. Harvey will not let me out, just in case I slip and fall. He wants no more broken bones and with my osteoporosis there could be a good chance of that happening. I may just be walking around the house a few hundred times every day and of course there is always the treadmill.
Two great things this week are, that my friend and her husband tested negative for the virus, and we now have a testing facility right in our city. No more having to drive to the next city or Regina for testing. However the scary thing this means is that more people are coming down with Covid-19 in our area (just another thing to drive me slightly crazy).
I will post some pictures of what I have been up to this week tomorrow. Including some of the quilt, which isn't quite doing what I had thought it would.
Everybody have a wonderful evening.