I haven't actually done much reading, though I did finish the book Talk Before Sleep by Elizabeth Berg (1994, fiction, 9/10). I've added it to my list for the Mount TBR Reading Challenge as a book I have read from my own "to be read" shelves.My daily questions for the new state of our world
Now I've started on Rambam's Ladder by Julie Salamon, 2003. It's short enough that I may finish it before the end of the day tomorrow.
1. What am I grateful for today?
It's been a lazy sort of day, so I'm grateful I did not need to be anywhere. No obligations, except to stay isolated from people, especially in crowds.2. Who am I checking in on or connecting with today?
Besides online and texting with a few folks, Sharon and I met at the elevator area of our floor to "practice social distancing" by pulling a couple of chairs ten feet apart to talk and catch up. She still hasn't found toilet paper, so I gave her a roll and she offered me a couple of fresh lemons she had bought.3. What expectations of "normal" am I letting go of today?
I am sort of already in "new normal" mode, getting used to staying in my apartment. Hmm, I just remembered I haven't gone down to check my mail today.4. How am I getting outside today?
opening the window for Clawdia to sniff that wonderful fresh air, even if it is cold out there. When I asked, "Do you want me to open the window?" and started putting aside my laptop, she ran straight there before I even got up. She had understood me.5. How am I moving my body today?
I moved along with some of the SilverSneakers videos that pop up on my Facebook page. Not a lot, but enough to say I actually did move my body today.