This is a long overdue blog post. So much has happened until we finally felt well and fit enough to return to our love of hiking (next blog)! First, we had a wonderful time for the start of our grandsons Christmas break. Then we had great plans to celebrate Christmas Eve with them and our daughter at the conclusion of the week. Regretfully, we abruptly left and drove back to Myrtle Beach.
We were having a GREAT time, until we all started to feel really sick. Uh oh, Covid got us. The boys ended up doing well, more like a cold for them. But we both went into double pneumonia. We are so grateful for the doctors at the hospital that saved our lives. And that is all I will say about that experience. Because sadly, a friend and neighbor of ours didn’t make it. He was one of our buddies in our gym. He was in excellent health, very physically fit, but he KNEW and loved Jesus. His memorial service was one of the most honoring in spite of all of our deep grief at seeing someone die in their prime of their life …. Covid does not discriminate.
A slideshow of the equestrian resort the boys enjoyed for the start of their Christmas holiday: Continue Reading