Shut my phone down for the 19th time in the past two years, but hey, you know what they say, tomorrow is another day- and guess what? We are here.
Dreams were very vivid last night. I am in Titusville, Florida and the surrounding areas until Jan 4th when I will fly back to Dallas, Texas.
Some of my more popular friends, or friends that deal with the public more often than I, have come down with or are being released from the hospital for COVID-19. Some of my friends have lost loved ones to the Coronavirus. One of the places that I have lived in, we have had a few cases of it, and one of the women that overcame it talked with me about her experience.
I was reading about the stigma for the pandemic, and people are taking it out on the homeless, health care workers, or those who have survived the virus.
Now reading about the employment situation as a whole, and where we are in America, as far as the stats show, for the unemployment rate fluctuation.
Talking with someone from ADP to help me with some of my projects.
About to go get some exercise.
Seeing if I can make a hard copy of a key with the icons and wording for the organizational tasks that I have assigned for business development.
Called to check on my puppy dog and they said that it was raining but other than that everything was ok back in Texas.
The airport was shut down for two hours by the FAA in the vicinity that I normally travel to when I am in North Texas so they could decontaminate some positive case areas.
For pilots, they are requesting that they take two days off after getting vaccinations.
I called around to see how they were going to be doing the giving of the vaccines to the general public & have been reading the differences in the vaccines.
I think last year was a turbulent time for the whole world, and that is why it is important to learn from tragedies of the past, but not to live in them.
For all the injuries I personally suffered in 2020, I am taking them with a grain of salt.
Looking forward to the future, and in planning a pregnancy at some point, and having a daughter.