Wow, I never really thought about the procedure of getting them to and from the library. How long do you get to keep them for?
Yours is here among others that need posting waiting for the postman to bring me something, he will then take the pile to post for me.
I've done mine early this year, usually I start to get cards before I've even started to write mine.
Kelly managed to get here this week, so I was able to have my hair washed.
I was so pleased as she's had a stressful couple of weeks. Her eldest was sent home from school as he'd tested positive for Covid and had to go into isolation for 10 days.
He was fine and had no symptoms at all but that took him through half term.
A couple of days after going back to school, her hubby caught Covid, not from their son but from someone else. He was ill he is already very vulnerable because of his asthma, it went on his chest and he had to get onto the doctor to get stronger pain killers as what he had weren't doing anything for him.
He's come through it alright but not fully back to normal yet but he's getting stronger.
Still no sign of a property for me yet, ones that have shown in the list where I want to go but not suitable for me. It did get me thinking though, I feel isolated here because I don't see anyone, apart from delivery drivers, but I don't feel lonely. I miss John and it doesn't take much to have me in tears but since his death it's the first time I've lived on my own and I'm enjoying it. For the first time in my life I'm not beholding to anyone and I can do what I want when I want, I feel content and in control of my life.
The only downside is I don't have the health to completely make the most of it, but you can't have everything.
Life is truly like a box of chocolates... I have lived alone my whole life, the thought of sharing a place would be so foreign. I am the anti-depressant. I don't get lonely. In fact, once I got over the inner guilt of not following any set hours as far as awake, sleep...I am probably more set
I've started to put some decorations around the living room, I won't be able to put my normal tree up as I can't stand to decorate it but at least I'll have some twinkling lights up and other things.
We "talked" about it last year. I did a Charlie Brown tree the first year after I moved into my own place, but none since. I go to wherever the family is having Xmas, and with all having homes, and me an apartment, I never host. I just end up with a few Xmas cards up until New Years