Spring wants to arrive but winter is slow to relinquish it’s grasp. I’ll stick to the picture summary of our highlights.
In the C19 diary, I think this is now the 3rd week of not hearing of any new cases, which is great! J is still in hospital and I keep hoping for her to turn the corner. I chatted to a friend who is still recovering, she had a very bad case and was worried about a bad outcome being diabetic, she self medicated and used oxygen at home and was never hospitalised. She included Ivy Mc Tin in her treatment. Dr Susan Vosloo has been in the news after a video, where she shared her views was shared widely. I was fortunate to hear her speak and meet her in person in May. With her permission I recorded her short speech and uploaded it on Rumble. As is the current norm she is now being threatened, mocked and maligned for not bowing to the mainstream narrative. She was the first female doctor in South Africa to perform a heart transplant. A Telegram group “We Stand with Dr. Vosloo” was created on the weekend and it already has 8438 members, many of whom are sharing stories of how she has touched, and saved lives.
Shadow was a real matted mess after months without a haircut. She had to have a summer cut (rather unfortunate timing). Acacia will have to make more effort to brush her regularly.
And now, I must get down to a heap of laundry and some housework.
Here’s my song for the week, I had a feeling that the radio DJ who played it on Wed was sending a little message