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Sigh… my spam folder is once again empty. 😅
Updates #2 and 3:
NOW, for the Great Good News updates — thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone for all your prayers, with regards to my recent prayer requests. My granddaughter and her husband, who live in New York state and tested positive for covid-19 on April 10, are now feeling almost as good as new! My granddaughter and I were chatting yesterday. She said she was in the middle of a big cleaning spree of their apartment, and also working hard to catch up on her doctoral school work. Her husband, who fell sick a few days before my granddaughter did, recovered shortly before she did. He is still employed by Harvard University, but working from home, online.
Regarding my prayer request for an anonymous loved one who lives in Washington state and had emergency surgery three weeks ago to remove a growth that the doctor believed was cancer — it took a long time to get the pathologist’s report, but the news finally came through: this very dear, very close relative Does Not Have Cancer! Hallelujah!!!!!! My relative is now back at work, full time.
As for my husband and me, we are staying quietly at home in New Mexico with our two rescue dogs, doing a fairly good job of not driving each other too crazy, yaay! He reads a lot, goes on Facebook a lot, and plays computer solitaire. He’s now up to level 255, woo hoo! Meanwhile, I am still plugging away on my memoir, writing every single day. I will post a more in-depth report about that, in the near future.
How about you? I would love to read your comments about how you are getting through this unprecedented time. Thank you for stopping by. Here’s a big, safe, social distancing grandma ((HUG)) if you want one. God bless! ❤❤❤