Hello, dear blogger friends. Linda Lee/@LadyQuixote, here. I haven’t posted a new blog in almost a month, because I am still dealing with some residual tiredness and brain fog after having covid -19.
I saw my doctor yesterday and she said I should be good to go to my son’s wedding in September. I will be flying out on September 1, yaay! In the meantime, my doctor prescribed an inhaler with an anti-inflammatory to help me get rid of my lingering cough. I don’t want to be coughing on the plane, or while I am — get ready for it! — walking my son down the aisle!! That’s right, my son is marrying a wonderful young lady from the Dominican Republic. Months ago she told me that in her country, it is a tradition for the mother of the groom to accompany him down the aisle, as the father of the bride walks the bride down the aisle. She asked if I would be willing to do that, and I said of course! How cool is that!?!
I have several things that I want to blog about, but my brain is still too foggy to put a coherent post together. In the meantime, please read this beautiful, amazing, awesome post written by a blogger I recently discovered, thanks to Mitch Teemley.
Oops, my brain fog is kicking in. Sigh. So now, without further ado, please read ‘A Different Kind of Bucket List’ by the amazing author of the blog White Hair Grace:
“I love when people that have been through hell walk out of the flames carrying buckets of water for those still consumed by the fire.” Stephanie Sparkles The one thing that I could feel just then was that I was walking out of hell itself. I had just left the hospital after my sixth and […]