It was a great day.
A simple one - but great.
I dug out my old Windows 8 laptop because Windows 10 annoyed me so much I itched. It was fun re-connecting with that machine.
My son-in-law made a delicious breakfast that included cinnamon bagels. We all sat around the living room and laughed.
The son-in-law took me to the market where I scored three boxes of pasta, Swad Dried Split Chickpeas, and cornmeal. Items like this are so hard to get here at this time. This week's meals will include home-made spicy, garlicky dahl, fresh cornbread, and an alfredo sauce with hot sausage over rotini.
Just a month ago, I filled my shopping cart with any and everything without a thought.
When this is all over - and we will get to the other side of this - I am never taking food for granted again.
Everyone enjoyed my chicken dinner with hot cinnamon rolls for dessert.
I wrote a letter, scanned and sent it to my new pen pal in Albany. She's awesome. I love her latest letter.
I chatted online with my bestie AB. Thanks for always being there!
My daughter and I planned a shopping trip for tomorrow. We're only going out for short periods for necessities otherwise we stay home.
I sat in my room and a gratitude list appeared on my mind's screen.
After midnight I wished the young lady I consider a second daughter a Happy 36th Birthday.
She texted me the following:
Love you too, Second Mom! Recent events have made me feel extra grateful to have loved ones like yourself in my life. Hope to see ya soon!
Peace & Love to all.
Here's some old favorites from the Pictures folder on my old but very good laptop.