Before the pandemic, our calendar was full of concerts, theater or plans to do things with friends. Not to mention medical appointments.
Now, thanks to COVID-19, our calendar is pretty empty, and most of what is there is virtual.
Friday was different. It started with an in-person doctor’s appointment for Peter, home just in time to grab a bite of lunch and then a trip to see friends who live about a half-hour away. Appropriately masked, it was wonderful to walk in the woods, chatting with them. We barely made it home for a 5:30 Zoom cocktail hour with our niece and her husband who live in Connecticut.
For one day, life was almost the way it used to be. I miss it.