Quarantine

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Haven’t received COVID test results yet, but the bronchitis is improving. My husband and son aren’t showing any signs of illness. I stay in my room, away from them.

Tears come easily today, not for any particular reason.The weather reflects my mood, rain with thunder and lightning.

I’m trying to keep things in perspective. A worldwide pandemic is difficult for everyone; and it’s okay to feel sad, lonely, unsure about the future, Being down isn’t necessarily an exacerbation of the clinical depression I’ve recently been working through, but the line is blurry.

Just going to cry when I feel like it.

p,s. A bit later – I really need to lighten up. It is what it is. Taking one day at a time. Cliches for a reason!

Published by Sara

I'm middle-aged, mother of two adult sons, and a wife. I've been a teacher, counselor, medical transcriptionist, student teacher supervisor, substitute teacher and now I work in retail. File that under life takes many twists and turns one cannot predict!

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