Kasi, my youngest, just called and said she has a client who happens to have a clinic in north Tulsa. And they have the Moderna vaccine.
She was able to get an appointment for me later in the month and said she’d take me.
I haven’t been able to find the vaccine online through the portal. So I’m very thankful that she was able to do this for me.
Yesterday afternoon I just had to get out in the wonderful weather. The only store I really go in anymore is the garden nursery. And I go in there because it is open to the elements.
I roamed around the nursery, enjoying the sight of all the house plants. But I didn’t bring one home.
Then I walked around outside where the outdoor plants were.
The pansies were so pretty. I bought a flat of them in my signature outdoor colors of white, yellow and shades of purple.
I planted them in one of the big blue pots I ordered last year.
Someone just commented on my “Lives Well Lived” post about someone who has recently died of COVID-19. The person who wrote the comment said she’d appreciate honoring this person.
Here is her comment:
I would like to leave an announcement for Kristina Decknick who died on February 16th from complications of Corona. She was 38 years old leaves behind a loving husband and three children. Her husband followed on Facebook with us her terrific journey. If you could honor her in lives well remember I would surely appreciate this . They live in Arizona if needed I can send you more information. She put up one hell of a fight.
So I thought: Why don’t those of you who have lost someone to COVID-19 tell me your own individual stories? And I will write a post honoring them.
Just leave something like the comment left above via email or the Contact box and I’ll start putting them together.