Coronavirus has kicked my butt! My grandson was in the children’s hospital for two days, and now he is back home. He tested positive for coronavirus, so we have slept much more than expected. David still has a cough, but he got secondary pneumonia on top of all his other health problems. Life at home isn't back to normal, but our quarantine is over tomorrow, so I pray we get out of the house some next week. My favorite season is here, and the weather has been much cooler. I pray I get to work again in the future, but right now, watching my grandsons use my spoons up every day.
I did hear through the grapevine that my dad and stepmom have been having dinner with Ashely. I was also told Ashley spent father's day with her biological father.
I was pleased to get this news because it means everyone has gone on with their lives, and they are letting me live mine. Months ago, I told you once everyone had their job outside of the music stores, I felt profound relief. I am no longer responsible for anyone, and my decisions are based on what I want for my life. I understandably have financial limits because I am disabled, but I love myself and my life.
On a much somber note, it has been a horrific time for my baby girl. Please please keep her in your prayers. Not only did she have the virus, but she lost a baby. She didn’t even know she was pregnant. She has been out of work taking care of herself and her three-month-old son.
On top of that, her ex decided after denying his child and being completely absent, that he now has money to file for 50/50 custody, so she was served with papers this week. Her boyfriend also hit the road because he can’t be honest. She keeps her head up despite all the pain, and she went out with her girlfriends to take some time to herself.
The rest of the family, from what I hear, have been doing good. These days I have to turn to Facebook to know what’s going on. Folks don’t visit much, especially if they hear the word coronavirus. I don’t blame them. This virus makes loneliness much worse!
I pray all is well with you and your family.
Much Love- Tina