Checking in to keep in touch. All's well in our household for which we thank God. My hubby took the pic below yesterday just before we headed out on our daily walk to get some fresh air and exercise. When we first began our walks it was just around the block, but now we've increased it to 1/2 mile [1 mile round trip].
Other than our walks, we've been homebound in compliance with Governor Whitmer's lockdown. I continue to occupy myself by scanning old photos. My hubby says I have enough pictures to scan to go well beyond our confinement, and he's right! So far my folders are School Days, Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, and Miscellaneous, all thru 1965. I'm grateful my mom was a picture taker and saved them for posterity.
Here's a few pics from the School Days folder. Amazingly, I still vividly remember every outfit I was wearing.
6th Grade Graduation 1959
9th Grade Graduation 1962
High School Graduation 1965
First Piano Recital 1954
My mother even saved the newspaper article about the recital. I played two pieces which I have long since forgotten, but I do remember my piano teacher, Mrs. Robichaux. She was our next door neighbor.
That's enough reminiscing. What have you been doing during your confinement? As I type this post, Michigan's count for those who have contracted the Coronavirus is at 2,850 with 60 deaths. The number is continually climbing. I'm glad my trust is in our Sovereign Lord.
I cancelled our church Ladies' Spring Tea this morning and rescheduled it for September 12th. Hopefully we'll be past the virus crisis by then.
Be safe, stay well, and drink lots of tea!