Good morning. I hope everyone has started out a good day. It's raining pretty heavy here and I know there's a storm - heavy rain, sleet, ice, snow- expected along the east coast of the U.S. so if you're in that area, please stay safe. Fortunately, we're only getting wind and rain, with no chance of it turning to ice/snow and we think the worst is going to be over in a few hours.
It's been a quiet week here. I haven't done much, which means I haven't accomplished anything either. We have our monthly calligraphy meeting tomorrow, which was supposed to be, both, in person and on Zoom (we do "hybrid" meetings as we have members across the country), but we learned yesterday that the husband of the guild's President has tested positive for COVID-19, so we've decided to hold our meeting only via Zoom. Even though the President, herself, has tested negative, we didn't feel that it was worth taking the chance. It'll still be fun.
Anyway, there's nothing exciting happening. I did get an appointment to have a surgeon look at my eyelids, which are pretty droopy and hinder my peripheral vision. That isn't until the end of the month, though.
I fell in the bathroom a couple of weeks ago and landed on my left hand - thumb and index finger. They're both quite painful and not getting better, so I guess I'm going to have to go get it checked. Always something, isn't there?
I haven't weighed this morning, but I'm pretty sure I've gained since last week. With not having done much this week, of course, that means I've had very little exercise and I've also eaten too much food - especially, salty food since I cooked a ham one day and and we had it for a couple of days. In addition, husband made a pizza for lunch yesterday (yep, his turn to cook!! lol). Too much food and too little exercise - shame on me!!
Anyway, that's my story. How's your week been? I hope you've been able to accomplish whatever goal(s) you set for yourself and look forward to hearing about your week.
~~Wishing everyone a wonderful, successful week~~
**Stay safe and wash your hands**