well, you know what to do.. keep hydrated treat it like it was the flu.. and remember your contagious for a week after your over it.. supposedly, so keep away from people. Get well soon..UGH! I HAVE COVID. I've most probably had it at least since the weekend. My son asked how I feel. I feel lousy, but since I usually do it's hard to tell the difference. Hope I don't give it to Buffy.
we had a problem with our last Tenant. She was young, very smart looking, gave us and our letting agents glowing references. She was fully employed as a School teacher.. but she trashed our little riverside flat, and didn't pay rent for months, and when we went to evict her , she was gone and we couldn't trace her.. all her references had been false.The new blades for the smaller mower came last night, and the belts came a few days ago. So will get that one up and back to work. Probably two days left on this place and then I have to load up all my gear and go to the town where my last rental is, and do that yard, and two more lots. Got rid of my last tenant there, and will have to see what the place looks like. This guy was just a total slob. Hard to imagine how someone can live like that. Shouldn't be hard to rent, as there is nothing available, and it is really a nice little one bedroom house. Will be a lot pickier who I put in there this time.
Oh......I know how you feel!!! I'm so sorry that you have to go through this! I'm the same way: I have not felt right since I got my booster shot, last Nov. The only difference is that I had no fever, until I got COVID. The good news is that once I was over COVID, I actually stated feeling better.....finally!UGH! I HAVE COVID. I've most probably had it at least since the weekend. My son asked how I feel. I feel lousy, but since I usually do it's hard to tell the difference. Hope I don't give it to Buffy.
Yes, I have learned my lesson. I am going to take it easier for the rest of the weekend. I was going to go grocery shopping tomorrow, but figured I will wait as lots of people will be shopping for the holidayIt is very easy to do more than you should, you are still early in your recovery. I often did that at first. I learned just to take short bits up and walking at your stage, 5 or 10 minutes each time I was up through out the day.
Sounds like a good time to me!Today I had a shower and I used a flush toilet! Ha, ha! You laugh but you wouldn't laugh if you haven't had one for 5 days like me. You wouldn't laugh if you been using the outdoor toilet for the last 5 days too. Oh, but it was nice listening to the wolf pack howling in the night. Try that around Chicago, LA, Toronto or Vancouver. By the way; sleeping in a yurt out in the Alaskan wilderness is not everyone's "cup of tea" but it sure was mind. Not sure about those outdoor toilets?
My landlord's mother was a hoarder. It took 9 huge dumpsters to get all the stuff out of the house before I moved in. The worst part was that most of it had already been done! She mostly hoarded clothing, washing machines, and stoves.I was at my Mom's house yesterday, and I've been trying to put my thoughts together, about what happened. To start, I have to back up...
When my parents moved from Illinois to Arkansas in 1988, Dio drove the moving truck, and unloaded it. He said that he was amazed at the things that he took off of that truck...including 17 old bowling balls!!!! And after my Dad died, Dio went through endless paperwork that was in the desk. He found every pay stub that my Dad had ever gotten....all the way back to when my Dad was 14 years old! I guess that this should have been an indicator of what was to come, but I never saw it.
So yesterday, I was in what used to be my Dad's room. Suddenly, I just stopped. I stood there and slowly looked around the room. I was appalled at what I saw! For the first time in my life, I saw how cluttered the room was. I mean really cluttered, with misc junk on the floor around the edges of the room. How is it that I just never noticed it before?!!. I went into my Mom's room...there was clutter on every flat surface of the dresser. I went to the living room, there was junk and multiple magazines on every table....and my Mom rarely ever reads! As I looked around, I was appalled and almost wanted to cry! I was thinking that this is exactly what I do not want to become!!
I should have taken pictures. I don't think she qualifies as being a hoarder yet, but it's a fine line! She just has "stuff" everywhere!
This is what I'm up against for myself!!!! I stood there and thought about how hard this
fight as been for me, and now I know why! I am not as bad as my Mom, yet....and now is the time to be sure that I never do get like this!!! The battle rages on!
how did it feel sleeping in a Yurt ?... warm/cold ?Today I had a shower and I used a flush toilet! Ha, ha! You laugh but you wouldn't laugh if you haven't had one for 5 days like me. You wouldn't laugh if you been using the outdoor toilet for the last 5 days too. Oh, but it was nice listening to the wolf pack howling in the night. Try that around Chicago, LA, Toronto or Vancouver. By the way; sleeping in a yurt out in the Alaskan wilderness is not everyone's "cup of tea" but it sure was mind. Not sure about those outdoor toilets?
Oh wow, the big reveal ... how did your husband take the news ?Yesterday, I told my husband and my landlord that we are moving to Mass in August. I made some phone calls to set up medical appointments. I made cornbread and chocolate pudding (Jello Cook 'n Serve), did some chores, comforted the dog during a thunderstorm. He wants us all to gather around him in the room of his choosing, so we did. His thundershirt helped a little bit.
My cornbread was very browned. I liked it. My daughter says her palate is different than mine, and she wouldn't eat it. I like things brown (toast, etc), although I didn't do that on purpose. I turned off the timer, and went back to my game, and forgot about the cornbread.