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April Monthly News

                      Welcome to the April edition of monthly news!

On April 1st I tested positive for COVID.
I wish it was an April Fools Joke, but no, the joke was on me.
I feel like I got the worst head cold, my nasals were flaring, I got a cough and a wicked headache. No fever though.
Thankfully I'm vaccinated and boosted, so it didn't kill me.
Yay for reopening! Masks off and everyone who dodged it for over 2 years finally gets it. Well, that's one way to cull the herd....
(I'm just a dramatic diabetic.)
Have you had COVID yet? It seems like everyone will get it at some point... just when and how bad will it be, is the question?!?!
Crazy thing is even when I'm supposed to be recovered and negative, I still felt lingering effects of the flurona for more than a week. This nasal thing just wouldn't go away.... 
Anyone else experience this?

My favorite aunt was just diagnosed with Shingles.
She has COPD, so I am worried about her.
Heck, I worry about her anyway, she is in her 70's.... and in so much pain.
Please say a prayer for her, if you do that sort of thing. T.I.A.

The hubby turned 55 on the 16th!
We took in our favorite restaurant, The Keg, and then saw Jenn Grant and Blue Rodeo in concert! The show was amazing and they sound the same live! 
No, better!

Easter passed over us. 😉
My daughter came with her little brother, which was nice.
I don't get to see my adult children enough. They both live in different places, and each further than the last. My daughter is about an hour away, but my son is almost 5 hours away! 
The holidays suck when they're not here. At least this one didn't suck.

I hope you all had a great April and look forward to what May will bring!


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  1. I'm glad you got to see family for Easter. I'm not looking forward to the days when my family has spread out. :-(

    1. Thank you. It is bittersweet, that's for sure.

  2. I'm sorry to hear you go COVID and that your aunt got Shingles. My mom had Shingles and watching her go through that was awful. I hope you're feeling better now. I haven't had COVID yet and I hope I can skip getting it, but as things get more and more back to normal, I probably will at some point. I hope your May is better than your April.

    1. Thank you! I am much better now. I hope you can steer free of it. It's not pleasant. (((HUGS)))


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