The first cases of Corona virus in Florida were just a few miles from us. I have been careful to stay in since then. But there is a 2-week incubation period before being symptomatic, and we were out and about before Florida patient zero showed symptoms. Since then our town has cancelled all public events, and like everywhere else in the country, everything has ground to a halt.
Since Friday, I have been feeling under the weather. I am not saying it is the virus, and I haven’t been tested. I won’t get a test unless I hit all the symptoms on the CDC guidelines. But I do feel sick, that is for sure. So I am continuing with my self-quarantine, and I am going to take the week off and sleep until I am back to normal (and continue my immune builder protocol).
The daily Bible study posts will still be here every morning. There might not be any new notes until I am over the hump. I do my daily notes anyway; I have to be on death’s doorstep not to do those. But it does take time to organize it and format it all for posting.
My hubs does not have any symptoms. He is taking care of me, and continuing to ship books and answer email every day. He even started the spring cleaning for Passover without me. Bless his heart! He thought as long as we were wiping down surfaces to kill the virus just in case, he might as well make a thorough job of it. The Father has gifted me beyond measure! And I am going to take His cue and not be a workaholic while sick this time.
About alittleperspective email – my email has been down since mid-January when we had that wonky security update which halted all of our websites for a few weeks. The security upgrades have permanently disabled my email. Now there is a fix for it; my hubs has had the Nothing New Press email fixed for over a month. But I am not techie and don’t understand how to apply it to ALP. It will get fixed; it has been a busy time for everyone who is techie, and perhaps with all of our busyness halted in a way none of us could ever have predicted, we will be able to address it. Thank you for being patient with me.