HT, I'm glad you have the resources available for you, especially for getting around and for consultation for depression. Reaching out and having some friends around help keep a person afloat!. Speaking of which, Lynnwood, have a great time on the water kayaking. That is great! There's something about
the water that is so calming even if you're looking at waves rolling over rocks. Have a nice time! And congratulations about
that fasting! Wow!
We have two kids (no grandkids) and we've seen them for brief times from a distance as we've had mail, food, things, etc. to exchange. Honestly, I wouldn't have objections to having them in the house but our son works (and has been working all this time) at his office and even though he wears masks and uses hand gel, he's still cautious about
bringing any virus into our house. I go out to our daughter's house to take care of their dogs a couple of times a week while she and her husband are working and we text a lot.
I go to the supermarket and Home Depot once a week. I've got so much to do to keep me busy here at home: making masks, working in the yard, painted the living room. The only thing my husband had to do was bring the 6 foot ladder into the house. I can't stand watching TV or being on the computer all the time. In fact, I think my mindset has been a lot better off not knowing what's going on. (Yes, I do know what's going on though and it makes me mad so I buy more plants and I figure out the next project here. It's organizing the garage.)
So, try to keep an even keel and don't get blown off course. Eat right and drink water. Wash your hands and wear your mask.