Day 6: Family is almost home

They spent 2 nights in the truck away from other people, then I can relax about family since we’ll all be together.

I’m starting to form an opinion about how this is going to go down, granted I’m nowhere near being a Dr. of anything.  We’ll all get this, like we’ve all gotten the flu, and it’s going to be up to our immune systems to fight it since there’s no other treatment.

The last day of Mexico I had a bout with tourista that I controlled by not eating the rest of the day, it went away.  About mid-week, in the middle of the night, I got stomach cramps again.  Not bad, enough to make me cancel my piano group and taking a group out sailing.  Turns out, that’s actually a symptom too.  Just wondering if it’s passed through me already?

My niece made it home, when I talked to my brother I was saying I hope she’s not upset that I was aunt germaphobe.  They said no, that she gets it.  That was a relief, burning bridges with my family is not what I want to do right now!  Just want to make sure everyone leaves healthy.

Other than that, just sitting tight.  Limiting my news to 8p news and not freaking out all day long about it.  They said last night Hawaii is going to be in lock down, tourists will be locked in their hotel rooms.  I can’t think of anything more miserable than being locked in a hotel room for 14 days while looking out the window at a paradise you can’t enter.

That’s all for now…

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