Life goes on

This past week I was able to get my second covid vaccination. It is a relief. Now I have to look to moving forward. It looks as if I will be moving to the community (that we were both to move to) at the beginning of June. I am so longing to be finally settled. I have felt so disconnected.

We were also able to go to church on Sunday and that was so wonderful. I hope that before long we will actually be able to connect in a deeper way. Masks make it so difficult.

Before I move I need to donate my husband’s things. This is hard to think about but they will mean so much to those who need them. I will feel as if I am giving part of him away but he would be glad that his things can be used. This is just another step in my grieving…another move forward.

Moving my dogs into an apartment with no outside access will be a change for them but I think they will be happy wherever I am. they are very clingy.

I hope everyone had a good Easter.

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      1. I’m sorry to hear that. We have had an increase in younger persons with it but they have just opened the vaccine to those 16 and older so hopefully that will help. I hope things get better for you soon.


      2. I hope so too! I hope most people do not react as badly to the vaccine as I have. I can’t believe it. I have never reacted to a vaccine in my life. I have been so sick since last night, I am dreading getting the second dose.


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