Yesterday I had my spine MRI. It was all fine, except that my shoulder hurt. It seems that when I fell last week I damaged my shoulder more than I thought I did. Help! I'm falling apart.
This morning we had our bi-weekly Zoom meet up with our breakfast group. The conversation included the latest news on schools, of course. Our State Superintendent of Schools has announced that schools will open in September, that everyone will wear masks, and that each district or location will have to manage any special circumstances. More is to be determined. As retired teachers, we're all really glad we don't have to figure it out.
Later I tried to play a DVD about hip replacement that my medical providers sent me. What a comedy of errors. We bought new computers - a desk top and a lap top- last December. We had yet to try to play a DVD. Neither is equipped with a DVD player, but we have an external one. It turns out we had to shop for an app for the DVD player and eventually we stumbled along until we found a free one. Then we had to figure out how to find it buried in the computer and finally get it to play the DVD. Persistence payed off again. But it all left me feeling rather inept.
Now I have completed my workout on the stationary bike out in the garage and I have a little time until I have to start dinner. What seems like an empty day at the beginning always gets filled up.
We sure are missing regular programming and sports on TV though, and there are no new movie releases. We stay busy during the day and we like to relax and be entertained in the evenings. We are managing to fill some of the evening hours with stuff on Netflix. I guess we could have much worse problems.