Today, I got to attend my day program for the first day in nearly three months. I was a little apprehensive about being safe once I returned. However, after seeing the interaction of the members there virtually from my home, I realized that I would be fine.
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The first installment I have chosen to write about is going to bed.
Well, two weeks of the YELLOW phase and we here in my area of my state are entering the GREEN as little as six hours ago. While many businesses and things are presuming to become somewhat of a normality, to prevent from retreating back to YELLOW or even RED, we must still follow restrictions that I am learning to adapt to.
A few weeks ago, I met a new doctor who ordered me some standard labs. I within a few hours received a phone call from the doctors office expecting bad news due to the phone call being sudden. However I learned that only my thyroid level was not so great and that all other levels were really good. So Kudos to me for doing this. I feel better too!
The last few days have been rough on my part. I've been struggling with getting up and getting started.
Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting my fourth family physician. It would be the second one in the course of seven months. Before that I had a doctor since graduating from a pediatrician, of which I had two - one from birth and changing to my last one at the age of 10. However, after this last visit, although it was by phone, I was never so calm.
So another week has came and gone. Last Friday, our State Government announced that effective this Friday morning we will be moving to the Yellow phase of the reopening plan for the reopening plan. However, not much in what was considered my regular routine will continue to exist.
Still in the red phase
Unless you live under a rock, or are on tribal lands, the media is laden with constant breaking news of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak
As a child, I never struggled with Daylight Savings time, because I either prepared for it by my family, or I just never noticed it. Nonetheless, in recent years, it has been harder and harder to overcome the change, yet I look forward to the time change in the spring, as it brings forward a … Continue reading The Changing of the Clock