Ok. so here we are. Trying to be sure our medical care does not get overwhelmed with sick people as we all experience the most unusual time of no one on earth having immunity to a new virus. For possibly 20% of the population the virus can be especially dangerous as pneumonia may develop and be life threatening. I have had a cough and congestion for a couple of weeks and now Bob is experiencing the same so we're thinking we may be part of the 80% so far. We are in quarantine. Bob is working from home and we don't really feel like going anywhere anyway. This is my second week. Symptoms seem to be a little less each day. We sleep well with our Mucinnex and night time relief. We take a daytime to try to keep the congestion at bay, So far we are ok.
We have enjoyed several batches of chicken and noodles now. One with homemade noodles and the other with store bought homemade. We like the home made the best.
We enjoyed curb-side when we were last in CWF a couple of weekend ago. And, a beautiful evening on the back deck.
It is wonderful to be a gallery for Cher Olson and Dr. Eric Dyck. I proudly get to share the highlights of the area in the Spring Street living room thanks to Eric's capturing of these iconic places at especially unique and beautiful times. Eric and Margie (a native) have been in this area all their lives. They are multi-talented people and we are the beneficiaries of wonderful photography, sewing, knitting, crocheting and all kinds of hand-work that can be seen at PrairiePastTimes.
Please plan to visit us soon and see our wonderful gallery!
Writing this with weekly updates about what is happening at Spring Street and the places I love in the beautiful Flint Hills.