by Rosie Best
This is ditto of what I just did these past two weeks is staying home alone ill with sinus
|It is going to be another two weeks of the same event of staying home alone or longer. I was laid up with a sinus infection or sort with my eyes affected too with a blurry glaze of my eye sight. Now, I'm feeling better and ready to go out venturing but within the restraints of a drive through restaurant, relative's home and doctor appointments only. It is with great caution that I mingle with people little as possible like a much needed doctor's appointments I've been waiting for months to see this week. That my folk's is my outing thus far as much needed medical attention. And, I don't have coronavirus infection either for the record. I've had this sinus flair up trouble for 2 years now and need a procedure.
Yes, I'm staying home again mostly to isolate myself from any sickness for that matter as I've just recovered from a bout of it. It gets lonely and I play computer games and write this article. I have to get a lot off my chest cold too--a pun. I don't know anyone with the virus yet but I want to keep it that way hopefully. It is all a matter of staying inactive around people as little as possible and just stay home. So far this week I had to venture to the gas station and fill my tank at $1.80 per gallon. I was almost unimaginable compared to one year ago when I paid $50.00 to fill my van's take full. Now at the same gas station I paid $21.00 to fill up my little, new car's tank. The only good news I have recently.
With businesses cutting back service or closing entirely--it is like a ghost town to travel around observing. I order my groceries online with Meijer shopping and delivery service. You pay a minimal annual membership yearly or by the month for more cost. I've used it for food for my apartment since July 2019. In a way you can check out their inventory or what items are available by way of www.shipt.com. So far it has been a very good service for the most part with few problems that are little.
Never in my whole life of 65 years old have I seen precautionary measures to date. With the media helping--maybe it is good to stay informed of stories about the coronavirus altogether. It can go any way, but a way to stay most safe is isolation for me all over again these next 2 weeks are critical. And, maybe longer if needed as to not spread the disease by CDC input. I have to go to my important doctor appointments soon--and then hunker down again until my procedure is due so that I may breathe through my nose again and not feel light headed at times. I can't hardly wait--although it is a bit untimely during these trying times. The hospital parking lot is baron as I drove past there yesterday. And then, the bars were over crowded with mindless people gathering around them. A high price to pay if they sicken.