On May 17 I tested positive for Covid-19. I had come down with chills and a headache a few days before that.
The five days or so were not too bad. But then I began to experience strong fatigue, and I lost my interest in eating.
Sharon tested positive last week. She has been nearly asymptomatic. I have been so impressed by her strength and the way in which she has handled this.
I, on the other hand, have exhibited a surprising lack of strength. I’ve done almost nothing for the past two weeks.
I am praying for a return to strength. Today I got out and drove to the library, returning some books due. It was great to get out.
I’m at my desk for the first time in a long time. I don’t know how much I’ll get done. But some.
The moral to this blog is that I’ve learned that I need to do a little something. Get out some. Sit at my desk and answer some emails. Doing something is better than sitting in front of the TV all day. I’ve had plenty of rest. Now it is time to get back to work.
I hope this blog is an encouragement to you.
I wish I had gone ahead and been vaccinated. It might not have mattered. But this has been a tough two weeks. And it might have been avoidable.
Being in good shape did not spare me the side effects.
Sharon and I are so thankful for so many who have prayed for us faithfully. Thank you. Your prayers are making a difference.