These are challenging times for a hypochondriac. The end is always one sneeze away, but the pandemic has made that even more of a challenge. Since the pandemic, I go out in the world, a few days later I’m home and a sore throat, body chills begin. I go get tested. The good news is that there is a testing spot five minutes from my house for free. I wait patiently for the results to come in, and I’m negative.

This scenario transpired over the last few days, but this time my results came back inconclusive. Luckily, my husband tests every Monday and he was negative; his test not his attitude, so we are good.

Believe in yourself. Have faith in your abilities. Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers, you can’t be successful or happy.

Alan Cohen

When I get sick, the plant-based diet goes out the window. I was craving fried chicken; hey it’s the southern boy in me. I searched for the best-fried chicken place within a few miles. We ended up with more chicken thighs and biscuits than we needed.

Tomorrow is a new day. A day to get back on track, walk more steps, read more and write more. I believe in myself and you.

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