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  2. I’ve been hearing lately, that Covid is rearing its ugly head again. Not that it ever stopped, but I feel like it has slowed down a bit. I think by now, most of us, or people in general, have all had Covid at least once. I’ve had all my shots, so maybe that’s helped, but I still got it on a cruise. I think I had the respiratory symptoms, and not so much the bowel issues you’ve been experiencing. Interesting how it manifests itself differently in different people. I do remember the chills though… that’s no joke! Trying to get warm and you just can’t. I was wondering, if the pineapple sage you used to grow helped Charlie’s tummy, would it help you as well? Is that available in the nurseries yet? Speaking of your beautiful pets, those were such cute pictures of Ivy and Charlie! I was picturing how cute Ivy must have been playing in the tub with her toys. I love watching animals playing with their toys! I can’t wait to see what your garden is going to look like this year. Your past photos are so pretty. I especially love all your purple flowers! Planning it gives you something else to concentrate on, besides how miserable you’ve been feeling. And of course tv and books are a good distraction too. I’m glad you’re on the mend, Brenda. Stay rested and well hydrated!

  3. Happy you are on the mend Brenda. If you like Bryan Cranston, you might enjoy the series Your Honor. I really liked this one.

  4. Brenda, take it a little at a time. You don’t want to wear yourself out. Covid is having a flare up this winter. Although I seem to remember them saying it will be around forever now, just like the flu.
    Happy to hear that you are feeling better and looking forward to spring!
    I cannot wait to see what you plant.
    HAve a wonderful day Brenda.

  5. Breaking Bad is one of the best TV series I’ve ever watched. Think I’ll rewatch all five seasons too.

  6. I keep a little bottle of the xylitol gum in my purse and have on many occassions in stores where people were coughing, quickly taken some out to chew on. Xylitol does help kill germs…so that is a simple effective thing one can do. One can never wash their hands too much these days I think…though it is hard on the skin. I still have left stores without my shopping done when seeing someone very obviously ill…a few times. Everyone has to eat, etc so I feel grocery stores and drug stores are the most germy places to go. It is good you feel a bit better…it is a long journey for most of us. But we feel fortunate in that we have survived both bouts we had…quite a few kin and friends have not. Of course, in my opinion, they also did not do much to shore up their immune systems. One thing we take is policosanol…you might look into that. Rather than using pine needle tea…which is also said to be helpful…but pills are easier to deal with, so we hope the policosanol is doing some of the same. We have done ok the past 2 years (after the last bout of covid).

  7. P.S. Loved the photos of the purple flowers in this post. We had a full day of sunshine here in Michigan today after numberless days of grey, cloudy weather. I got out and walked with a friend for first time in a couple of weeks. So grateful for the increase in light!

    1. Hi Brenda, I so look forward to reading your blogs. So sorry to hear you came down with Covid. I am praying for your speedy recovery everyday. Sorry to hear about your pets you’ve lost. I lot my baby Precious, I had her for 16 years, she went blind, heart problems and all. But I know one day I will see her and all my pets one day. I Got a little dog named Katie Rose, she is 2 years old so very sweet. She is a chihuahua. The only thing she doesn’t like men. But my husband and I are working on it. No telling what
      she’s been through. WEll I hope this finds you feeling better and better. Take care. In Christ, Cynthia Here is a hugggggggggggggggg.
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  8. So sorry you’ve been ill with COVID, Brenda. Take your time recovering as others have said. It’s hard not to want to overdue once you have a little energy, I know from experience. But rest is paramount for your body to recover entirely. I had an episode for all of last week of just feeling so tired I could hardly stay upright. I tested for Covid but it was negative. I frequently get these periods of exhaustion and don’t know why. Usually no other symptoms. I wonder if it has to do with the fact that I have been diagnosed with an un-named immune system condition. Anyway, it’s very frustrating as I never know how long it will last or what, if anything, will help me feel better. And, of course, my mind just keeps going at full speed thinking of all the things I want to do that my body will not accomodate. A good lesson in learning more patience, if nothing else!

  9. I’m just glad things are looking up for you! Hopefully, you’ll be 100% by your next post – and hope it’s one that comes soon!
    I love the pic of “Peeping Tom” Ivy…..just casually watching out the window to see what she can see!

  10. There was a big increase in COVID infections once the cold weather started around October/November 2023 as people were closer together indoors. It doesn’t seem such things are covered in the news any longer and a lot of people weren’t/aren’t aware of the danger. Getting vaccinated is no guarantee that you won’t get COVID, but vaccines do reduce the severity of the illness because our immune systems are “perked up” by the vaccines, so to speak. The hospitalization rate jumped up rapidly toward the end of 2023. Several thousand Americans are still dying every month from COVID, but it’s not really covered in the news. At my age (72) and with a wonky heart, when I checked the CDC info and got an email from my local Health Department about COVID cases increasing, I started wearing a mask again, will do so until warm weather returns and be extra careful when I go out shopping or taking the bus. When/if an updated COVID vaccine comes out, I’ll get it as soon as it is cleared for public use. I’d rather be safe than sorry, as the saying goes. I’m glad you’re feeling better Brenda. Please do not over do. It appears that no two people respond to a COVID infection the same way, take your time and go slowly returning to your usual routine once your symptoms are gone.

  11. Improving a little every day is a very good thing, Brenda. Continue to rest and allow yourself time to heal.

  12. Day by day I hope you feel better. August of 2022 I got Covid. Sore throat, body aches and a fever for one day. My husband didn’t sleep with me that night. The next day the fever was gone and although he was exposed he didn’t get Covid. It amazes me that people’s symptoms are so different. I did feel mildly weak for 3 months. I miss my sweet dog so much too. We have our happy memories to look back on and you have Ivy to love! I am glad the sun is out today and it makes me think of plants. I loved my lantana last year and it will be in my planters from now on. Have a good week!

    1. Really thankful for this, it makes me feel better,, Got back my ex, Thank you! R.bu ck ler1 1 ( ‘ ‘ ) g ma i l…… c o m…..

  13. Glad you are improving! Just curious – not being judgmental – had you received the latest Covid vaccine?

      1. B~ in reply to not getting your last Covid Vaccine..
        I was vaccinated as soon as it was available..the next week , i got the new RSV..neither prevented me from getting Covid! If my case was mild, i truly would hate to experience a “severe” case!
        It took me well over a month to regain a semblance of my strength.. please do not push yourself..recovery will come with rest, fluids, and being able to eat solid nourishing foods again..
        One step at a time, one day at a time..
        We all keep you in our daily prayers ..
        Loui

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