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  3. I’ve watched that Home Town show on HGTV. They always do such a great job ands seem like very down to earth people. I’m glad you have such good friends and family to help you out. Someday, when you are feeling back to normal, you can thank them with some delicious chocolate cake!! I’m sorry to hear about Lisa’s mom. I hope she’s ok. It’s hard to believe there’s not enough staff at a hospital! Well, hopefully you’ll be back to your normal self soon. 🙏

  4. All of those books are tempting! I’m going to check them out. Good to hear people are helping you out!

  5. From what I have heard, hospitals may have more beds, but if they are short staffed (and aren’t all of them these days?), then you wait…however many days they decide to make you wait…sure hope your friend’s mom will be ok…poor lady!! They left my Hubby sitting next to frequent opening emergency room door, on a snowy, windy cold night…left him unattended in the wheelchair for 14 hours…until he got pneumonia and they finally moved him into a room…they did not even give him a blanket and he said he was freezing to death, wearing just this very thin night clothes as paramedics would not let me dress him better to take to hospital. Of course, we could not go to help him…armed guards around hospital. It is a total travesty what is called medical help these days. Only the very rich get decent medical care, if anyone does. Both of us are scared getting older, weaker and infirm.

      1. Well, as to masks, they probably do help with many diseases, though with covid it is trying to catch a misquito with a chain link fence I have heard. When I wear one, it is because of other germs.

    1. What’s the reason for armed guards around the hospital? Was it on lockdown because of a possible gang member in emergency for wounds and the hospital was on alert for unwanted entry by others who might want to complete the job?
      Or is such security a normal, every day event?

      1. Chris, this was during covid, and we quickly moved far away so I have no idea if they still do this or not. The guards were to keep kin out…no observers too I suppose. This hospital did some other very awful things too, even before this. It is one of the hospitals called Providence…what a misnomer!! I later read that this hospital had few employees who lived in the area, but were traveling doctors and nurses…which is also a warning sign apparently. I can tell you though that we will never be the same after living through this terrible situation!!

  6. My 83-year old mother has Covid right now, but she’s fine. Just like a bad head cold. I was with her and caught her germs, but my Covid test was negative. I’m testing again tomorrow. I have the same symptoms she does – head congestion, sore throat, dry cough. That’s it. Neither of us have any GI problems nor a fever. We’re both taking echinacea, zinc, elderberry, vitamin D (which we both take anyway) and lots of vitamin C. Drinking lots of water and tea, getting fresh air, diffusing healthy oils, eating light and very healthy. Please be careful with the Paxlovid – it can actually cause you to be sicker. Look it up. Two of my friends took it when they had Covid and it made them much worse. I’ve heard other people say that their doctor won’t even give it to them.

    I don’t buy new decorating books. I get them from the library if interested. If I really wanted to keep one, I’d buy it used elsewhere online (abebooks or thriftbooks). The decorating books I currently have are all ones I’ve picked up at library book sales for $1. People look at them and then get rid of them.

    Be well, Brenda!

    1. I finished the Paxlovid Saturday morning and I tend to agree with you. Not sure it did much for me.

  7. Keep getting well Brenda. It takes lots of hard work to stay healthy. I know. Have been very very sick myself for over 2 weeks now. Thankful for my sister caring for me.
    The days are slow, but I’m improving.
    The books look interesting. Although I don’t buy them anymore.
    Ben & Erin’s TV show is wonderful. I watched another recent show last night, after the Grammy’s.
    They are a lovely, and exceptionally talented couple. Amazing skills. 👏 They have 2 little adorable girls!!
    Most likely, you would love the show Brenda.
    Work on your wellness!
    Me too!!!

  8. So many older people live alone these days. When I fractured my ankle last March, it was an old friend and a cousin-by-marriage who checked up on me — not the blood nieces who live in town. Please make sure that if something happens to you, someone will log on and let us know. I have even instructed my two support people to put an obituary on facebook for me, when that day comes. There is nothing worse than wondering if someone goes radio-silent.

  9. Slow and easy wins the race – I think that is from the tale of the “Rabbit and the Hare” or something like it, LOL. Glad you’re feeling better Brenda. Spend lots of time under a snuggly blanket with your feet up and enjoy reading and watching your favorite programs. I have watched several seasons of “Home Town” (HGTV) with my Discovery+ subscription (not expensive). Erin has a great design sense and her husband Ben is a master carpenter. They’re all about restoring older homes in the town they live in down south and rejuvenating it, one house at a time, rather like Joanna and Chip Gaines have done in Waco, TX. HGTV shows abbreviated clips of some of their most popular shows on its YouTube channel, maybe you can find some shortened versions of “Home Town” to get a sense of what the show is like. It also offers a lot of shortened versions of “Bargain Block,” which I absolutely love! If you are curious about how to turn trash into treasure, watch a couple episodes of “Bargain Block.” I’m all into small spaces. My house isn’t a tiny home (1,074 square feet not including the “rec room” in the basement that isn’t legally counted as extra footage) but it isn’t a 2,000 square foot plus house either, and is more than large enough for me to roam in. The rooms are smaller than in the 2,000 plus square foot homes though. So I’m into smaller space decorating. My favorite used book “store” online is AbeBooks. Tons of used books on decorating, crafts and hobbies (including gardening) and the prices are great.

      1. I also buy used books frequently, especially art and home dec and also cookbooks. I have bought from AbeBooks, Thriftbooks, and also Amazon. On Amazon the used books links are listed on the same page w the new options. Also, you might love Hometown on HGTV! I watch on Hulu + Live TV but I think someone replied that Discovery has it and I think Prime may also have some seasons streaming but maybe not all. Each episode is distinct so if you see a season or two on a channel that you already have give a few episodes a watch!

  10. Brenda, glad you are on the mend and got a goodnights sleep cuddling with Ivy in your cozy house! Loved the book reviews. Ben and Erin are adorable, watch them if you can. So many things are sure different since Covid, and not in a good way. But we are resilient and I will still find happiness every day being blessed living my simple life in our cozy little house! Take care and stay well everyone.

  11. Brenda, glad to hear you are on the mend. I’ve been so lucky not to have had Covid But I do know too many who have . Erin Napiers show is called Home Town & it’s on HGTV. It’s a sweet show

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