Sunday, April 5 Even though we are living through Covid-19, life goes on albeit slower. We rise anywhere from 7:30-8:30 am, fix the breakfast for the day
(we’re on a Mediterranean diet) and then begin our day. I like to watch “Smerconish” on Saturdays as he always has timely discussion topics. Then I make our bed and answer email or comment on FB and Twitter. While I’m doing computer stuff Lib reads the paper.
There is a blog I’m writing. Hopefully, it will last sometime after I’m gone ....and be stumbled upon by some of our descendants and be instructive or amusing
depending on whether they're experiencing similar circumstances.
Many of our acquaintances are avid television watchers. When our children were growing up and Lib was a home mom,they would entertain themselves by watching hours of this until I came home. Now we watch mainly news. Since all the sports teams are no longer playing until this plague blows over there is little of this genre for her to watch.
Lisa our oldest daughter living in Wilmington, Delaware called with FaceTime so
we could see each other as we exchanged family news. What comfort! She is a new mother-in-law.
I try to remember those years in our lives and can't. Lib, on the other hand, can recall distinct details of both daughter's weddings.
I watched our pastor “Livestream” his Palm Sunday message and then our Brandermill Church minister. Both had timely presentations.