I worked Friday. This weekend Ray and I did a good job of couch sitting in between painting our doorway trim. That was phase two of our renovation project. Seemed as good a time as any and our place looks fresh. We have plenty of toilet paper and food for two people. So far so good, and I'm going back to work on Tuesday, after a planned vacation day on Monday.
An Australian friend (Chris Culliver) I met on an Italy trip, posted this picture from her current travels. Maybe Bali (I'm not sure). Either way, I asked to use this photo - it just brought me joy.
I'm actually supposed to be in PA visiting dad, but it seemed wise to not bring fresh Texas germs to the super senior. We are both disappointed, but I'll reschedule maybe for June assuming a lot of the crazy calms down.
I am missing spring in Philly which is pretty
This is from 2016
And Dad in 2016, now a bit smaller in 2020 if that's possible. His sister, my Aunt Janice, turned 94 on Friday. Her nursing home is closed to outsiders, so I would not have been able to visit her either.
So, let's chat about siblings and being in a car. Remember the I'm not touching you game. You would poke your finger as close as possible to a face and be really annoying, but you wouldn't touch. I feel like we're playing a worldwide game of this right now. As blog friends, we are winning - virtual communication.
I'm not touching you...only your mind. Stay healthy everyone and have a laugh too - that's the best medicine.
Joanne Faries, originally from the Philadelphia area, lives in Texas with her husband Ray. She considers herself fortunate to be able to pursue a writing career after eons in the business world. Joanne enjoys reading and movies, and is the film critic for the Little Paper of San Saba.