Hello, dear friends. I will try to do a post tomorrow on how my appointment with the movement disorder specialist went.
Tonight though, I just wanted to check in with everyone. Covid-19 is affecting so many people in so many ways. Our little family is trying to stay in as much as possible. While the seriousness of this virus is scary, the other thing I worry about is people losing their sense of humanity. You have people who are hoarding essential items or harming others over the essentials. I pray that this virus does not harden hearts.
So, my question to you is this:
Where are you? More importantly, how are you doing (physically, mentally, emotionally)?
On a lighter note, here are some things I found on Facebook that I found amusing in regards to the toilet paper shortage.
I keep joking about sewing tp squares in pretty patterns and super soft material. I DO plan on trying to sew masks this weekend and then donate them to assisted living facilities that are in short supply.
Please take care, friends. Praying for all of you and your loved ones.
Our daughter has been a little apprehensive about going on vacation without us. She says she’ll miss us too much. I want her to go and have a great time. She’ll be able to swim, make sandcastles, and spend quality time with her grandparents. I thought that maybe making her a purse to take on vacation would help. I headed over to my mom’s house today, to spend some mom and daughter time, and paint the jean purse I made. It’s not done yet, but I think she’s going to like it!
Now, I just need to figure out something to make our son to take on vacation. I’m thinking a drawstring backpack. We’ll see.
And then there’s this quick little craft: one of those countdown paper chains.
I made it because I’m anxious for the procedure, but also because my inner child still likes playing with paper and glue. Who am I to argue?