I have read and reread your comments about the vaccine and how you’re coping with your everyday life. Several of you have lost friends, have relatives living apart, have parents who suffer from early dementia – how can they possibly understand? Rick and I have said over and over how glad we are that our parents are not alive to suffer through this pandemic. It comes down to trying to do our part and for most of us that means wearing a mask! I wouldn’t dream of going into a store without my mask these days. I am so close to stopping those who aren’t wearing a mask and asking them how they can be so uncaring for all the rest of us. My greatest fear is somehow contracting the virus, not realizing it and giving it to friends, family, and church friends.
Well, enough about that for now – I spent the day putting up Christmas quilts – not one quilt got put up last year and I’m making up for it this year. I’ll have pictures tomorrow. In the meantime I was digging out more red and white quilts and came across more redwork that I thought you might enjoy seeing.
No big news about Jo today – except that I’ve been feeding her bites of raw hamburger every afternoon. I sit in the chair, put the hamburger in my left hand, lower my hand backwards to her bed but never look at her. She gently takes the hamburger right from my hand. When I made meatloaf tonite I saved out raw hamburger for her. I can’t wait for the day she gets up to meet me!
Here’s a sneak peak of the Christmas quilts – many more pics tomorrow.