Barb, glad to hear you're able to walk so much! (Who would have thought one slip on some shiny paint in the rain would have given you so many months of grief?) Also, it's nice to hear the physical therapy is doing you good.
I'm up about .6 of a pound, no surprise because we had pizza last night. It always does it to me, probably the salt content in the toppings. I'll check in again tomorrow morning after we have a healthy dinner tonight. :)
We lost our phone, cable and internet for a long day (6 am to 8 pm) yesterday. From their absence, I found out how much I use them in these days of pandemic. I wrote checks to pay bills, cleaned the house, vacuumed, ran a couple of errands, but must also have checked at least ten times to see if the Internet was back. In non-Covid years we might leave the house in the morning and not come back until evening, so whatever happened with our Internet connection at home wouldn't matter. But it was clear yesterday that nowadays we rely on it a lot, both for necessities and for entertainment. I hope the vaccines become more available soon, we could stand a normal life of going places and doing things.
It looks like they will put middle-school kids here back into in-person school in late April. Nobody can accuse Oregon of racing to do this, and because my husband and I are high-risk, I haven't been sorry. But my son will be delighted to be back. Distance learning takes its toll.
Have a great week!