Slowing down and COVID-19
My partner tested positive for COVID-19 and he has been feeling awful for 4 days now but no fever. I'm still testing negative, but my throat is sore, and I feel a little weak and slow today.
We are both isolating ourselves, I'm working from home. We cancelled our plans to visit some friends in Montreal this weekend.
I'm glad my partner and I are not having any serious symptoms, thanks to the (four) booster vaccines :)
This is the first time during the whole pandemic that we got in really close contact with the virus, I guess. Neither of us has ever tested positive or had symptoms before.
I feel like switching to Holiday-mode this year feels harder than usual for some reason. I will be on vacation next week, so I plan on going for some winter hikes. And also: read a lot, being cozy under blankets with a cup of tea. Watch some shows that have been on my @to-watch list for a while. Do longer yoga sessions. Journal whenever I feel like.
I guess it’s been such a busy year for us, we’ve completed a bunch of long-term projects that started 3-4 years ago, which is nice. So many things happened, good and bad, and it has been a little overwhelming.
I really need time off. I hope I will get into my end-of-year reflection mode and find some stillness.
And here some snowy visuals (I love the snow that accumulates in tree branches, looks like cotton candy)
By Noisy Deadlines
Minimalist in progress, nerdy, introvert, skeptic. I don't leave without my e-reader.