Continuing on with My Thirty Days of Thankfulness, I must be sure to mention how thankful I am for my hubby who tries his darndest, (is that even a word?), to make my life comfortable and secure. I'm sure that most of my readers, if not all, can say the same about THEIR life partners. Even if, like mine, they are getting testy and complainy in their older years. 💕 We all have our burdens to bear. 😏He's extremely hard working and always on the go.
Speaking of burdens, I have some eye issues that make it very hard for me to see after dark. (Macular Degeneration) So, I do not push my luck. However, my upcoming trip, planned for Tuesday, tomorrow! has become a worry. It's about a 12 hour trip so I am unable to complete it in one day without running out of day light. Normally, (what is that anymore?), that would not be a problem. I would book into a motel/hotel. However, with Corvid restrictions elevated again in all the states I am travelling through I have been denied reservations everywhere! A Corvid test and quarantining required. They don't even want you in their state! The testing results can take days! I obviously didn't think this through! Mom's caregiver has said she can't work anymore after Tuesday. A bump in the road or maybe a huge pothole! After going up, down and around, I have decided to just get up before dawn, get into my already packed car and drive all day with the hope that I will get there by 4 in the afternoon. I get on the interstate 10 minutes from my house and keep on one highway or the other, through New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and end up getting off in Augusta, Maine to complete the last 3 hours of my trip on twisty and turny 2 lane roads. Not fun going through the dense woods in the dark when you have eyes that are looking through a windshield darkly.😗 Everything is murky, not clear, grrr. Oh, to have my young eyes again! If you feel inclined, a prayer for safe traveling tomorrow would be greatly appreciated.💖
Well, I guess I had better get my act together and start packing! Have a great day! 💕