The following photo of the broken candle on my dining room table, is I think a good representation of how I am feeling right now. Slightly off & a little bent out of shape, still functional, but definitely not at my best. Such is lock down life.
I have no idea what happened to the candle - cats?
Congratulations to the mid section of Ontario, your schools get to re-open to in person classrooms. Northern Ontario schools went back to in class learning last week. We in the lower section of Ontario, with continually high new cases, hospitalizations & deaths are still on stricter lock down rules which includes a continuation of online learning. Such is lock down life.
I recently have had two phone call appointments with my doctor for some on going issues with my ear(s). The long & the short of it, was a very mild ear infection tickled some of those vestibular ear fibres & now I have vestibular vertigo. I have a set of vestibular realignment exercises to do 3 times a day for the next 10 days. All diagnosed over the phone because unless it's critical all appointments are Zoom or phone. Such is lock down life.
Because of the cold & stay at home orders, there really isn't a lot of things happening in my day to day right now. Outdoor walks are short, to & from the mail box, with the occasional walk to the end of the driveway to pick up the packages of flyers thrown there every few days. What walking I do, is on the treadmill. But a glimmer of better days to come as I've noticed the amount of day light hours are ever so slightly increasing, and the countdown to the first day of spring - about 45 days away. I also know not to confuse the first day of spring with the first spring like day; for us that is often another 30-45 days . Who knows we might be out of lock down by then!
"Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment." ... Oprah Winfrey