I wanted to sit out on my front porch on Sunday, Mother's Day. But I kept waiting for the 70 degrees forecast, and the windy cloudy 60s just weren't as welcoming. I finally did have a half hour in a bit of sunshine!
I walked down our steep hill, then up half way, stopped to photograph some flowers, then came the other half way back home. Whew...good for me!
I stuck my nose and the iPhone down among them...got the picture, but my nose is still out of whack.
That's from the pneumonia, I got tested and didn't have COVID.
Even picking one flower and bringing it home, I failed to smell a thing.
This is the anniversary of my having a stent inserted via my veins into my heart, which was the result of having a heart attack that was not like the medical descriptions usually say. But they do admit women experience different symptoms. Mine were 3 days of pain in neck and shoulders such that I couldn't sleep. Even though I went to my primary care doctor, he just changed one of my blood pressure medicines. So I got a friend to finally drive me to the ER, and they tested and tested and tested and finally found I didn't have COVID, and had had a heart attack.
No wonder I feel so good that I'm still walking around and talking to you all here!
“This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First to let go of life. Finally, to take a step without feet.”