Self-isolation

In response to the Coronavirus, and because Michael is over 70 and especially vulnerable to lung infections, we packed up and headed to the desert to try and ride out the worst of the pandemic. Fortunately for me, I love to read and write and go out and shoot photographs. I am so fortunate that I bought several weeks’ worth of groceries and stocked up on one, 12-pack of toilet paper. Shame on anyone who took more than their fair share. We must all try and work together as a society and look out for the elderly and those that are all alone. I have two neighbors on the same street that share my passion for photography and we are here to show support of one another if needed.

Callie is doing very well and is self-isolating too. I pulled out her old Kong bed that she used to stomp on and collapse the roof before sleeping on top of the bed instead of inside. She has aged considerably and mellowed out since the last time she saw the bed because now she really loves curling up inside to take her naps. It won’t be long before she jumps back up on the roof though.

I can only hope that most of you are doing the best that you can under these trying circumstances. The more we choose social distancing, the quicker we will get a handle on this virus and a vaccine will possibly be developed. Stay well my friends.

13 thoughts on “Self-isolation

  1. Lara March 16, 2020 / 11:57 pm

    Callie looks a lot happier having discovered her bed again 🙂 May she enjoy sleeping on it wherever she wants!!

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  2. Travelling Through Wonderland March 17, 2020 / 12:49 am

    I hope you and your family enjoy the time together and stay safe and healthy during this time. Xoxo

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  3. Darnell Cureton March 17, 2020 / 3:15 pm

    With age comes wisdom. Callie has figured it out. Glad you are making the best of it with photography. Im doing the same with writing and audio books. One day at a time right? Take care.

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