Weather here has been really hot. We've barely done anything outdoors besides water the garden, which we're doing by hand because we stupidly chopped a shovel into a drip watering line and now it geysers ten feet into the air if it goes on. This last week I spent a couple of days on the phone finding repair people (none of whom could come until this next week) for a lot of things that needed attention around the house including the drip pipe, plus our wills came back from the lawyer's in draft form for us to look over and make a signing appointment. I've also been going back and forth with our insurance agent to change out an old term policy that's hit its limit. Next week, all the pets go in for their shots. The exciting stuff I do during Covid shutdowns!
My weight is exactly the same as it was last week, to the tenth of a pound. It kind of goes hand in hand with life being so static, I think. I did binge yesterday and ate two halvah bars -- I don't buy them often, because I eat them when they're here and together that was 500 calories. But we've been eating lightly in general and so that binge didn't add new weight, just helped keep up the weight I have. :P
Husband and son have talked about driving to the mountain or the beach, for something fun to do. Unfortunately, though, son cannot get his sleep schedule straight and it's like he's drugged if we try to wake him at a normal hour. He's been sleeping until 1 or 2 pm (which makes it too late to drive to the beach or the mountain and have fun before it would be time to go home). Then I'll find him in our room wide awake at 4 am, looking for his computer keyboard, which he gives us at night so he won't play games and stay awake. (But he stays awake anyway). When school starts he's going to have 9 am classes by video conference, which seems like a disaster in the making unless he can find a way to switch his clock. I drag him outside into the sunshine in hopes his body will react to it the way you do when you have jet lag, and reset.
This virus has just made for some weird times.
Hoping everyone has a good week, and that you get to talk with that new doc soon, Barb!