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QOD: What do you miss most due to COVID? (Thanks, @BARBIEE52, for inspiration)

Friday, January 22, 2021

WHAT COVID HAS TAKEN FROM ME:

1. Attending Mass in person and receiving Holy Communion. {Livestream is good, but not the same! But NOTHING can take away my Faith in My Jesus!} emoticon

2. Hugging and being with my family and friends. {Zoom helps, but most of my loved ones don't do Zoom.}

3 .Walking together with my best friend. {Calling each other on the phone while walking helps.}

4. Eating out with dh inside our favorite Chinese Restaurant. {Thank goodness for curbside delivery of takeout from them!}
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5. Being able to just go into a store and browse! {I need to try clothes on before I buy them.} emoticon


WHAT COVID HAS NOT TAKEN FROM ME:

1. SPARK PEOPLE

2. MY TOPS CLUB!

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  • JIBBIE49
    I hate not being able to try on clothes in the store.
    125 days ago
  • VHAYES04
    🥰
    153 days ago
  • HAPPY-CATHE
    I to miss many of the same things.
    183 days ago
  • POLSKARENIA
    I miss my daughter and the hugs!
    186 days ago
  • CTUPTON
    What an uplifting blog! I needed this today.

    Keep on keeping on. We have to just keep trekking onward. I like the way you are keeping contact with people. Hm, Chinese food. I have not had that in a long time!


    chris emoticon
    187 days ago
  • DSJB9999
    Super blog, I miss seleeing my parents and hugging them. Dad has had first injection so hope he is safer tho. X emoticon
    191 days ago
  • NEWNANCY2012
    emoticon I miss seeing my friends at the church, Curves and the pool, Thank goodness for our family group on Whatsapp and Facebook + daily texts with my younger sister who lives in Houston. i miss walking in Macy's and Nordstroms in the Mall seeing the beautiful clothes, shoes and purses. It is sad to see how many stores have closed - and feel nervous when I would like to eat something at the food-court! emoticon My husband and I are hoping to get our vaccines soon
    191 days ago
  • ASOBFALLS
    emoticon Thanks for sharing!
    191 days ago
  • LINDA!
    Great blog.
    191 days ago
  • REDEEMED_DANCER
    Excellent blog! I miss hugging my friends as well. And going into a clothing store to browse is something I need to do. I've worn through several pairs of pants and I'm running low. But I can't just order online because I need to try them on. Also I miss being able to breathe. I have asthma and I'm a dance instructor, so I already have to work harder than others to be able to breathe, then add that I'm also dancing and talking while wearing a face shield. And I have problems with acne in the areas where my face shield and my mask touch my face. Lighter acne problems all over since my whole face is covered in the face shield. I also miss being able to give hands on corrections to my students. I have a lot of really young students this year (the oldest is 10) and the younger children definitely don't understand me explaining it to them. They need to feel it.
    192 days ago
  • SPEDED2
    Keep the faith. It's going to get better soon. emoticon
    192 days ago
  • KAYDE53
    Great blogs, miss seeing my family more!
    192 days ago
  • DEE107
    right now our churches are open and I recieve communion each day I am thankful and also I miss hugs and going to church and hugging friends and holding hands during the our Father
    192 days ago
  • BECCABOO127
    I miss visiting people and hugging them.

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    192 days ago
  • WHITECAT19

    The hugs are what I miss most. Touch is so important to health!

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    193 days ago
  • HAPPYDAZ1
    I miss the hugs and kisses, seeing my family and friends, being mask-less, and the freedom to come and go as I want.
    Thanks for posting.
    193 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    HUGS and the freedom of not wearing a mask. BUT it's necessary right now. So, I'll do it.


    193 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/22/2021 3:02:08 PM
  • BARBIEE52
    Thank you Robyn!! 💖💖
    I miss the hugs I give to people, and the ones I get., going out with friends for coffee, or other, and enjoying their company, being together. I miss browsing & shopping at my favorite thrift stores, just seeing people, smiling, saying hi, running into people I know. 😊 🤗 👨🏼‍🤝‍👨🏼 💖
    193 days ago
  • no profile photo CD11945874
    I miss the feeling of freedom---to go about my day here and there and not think twice. I miss seeing lots of activity and the hub bub at the gym---but now looks like a ghost town. And when people pass by----there is no eye contact---no smiles---and i do hope we are not calling this the "new norm." .... Making the most of it and staying busy w/ hubby and our pets.
    193 days ago
  • IAMAGEMLOVER
    emoticon I miss carrying on a face to face conversation with my Mom. Talking on the phone helps, but I want to see her.
    193 days ago
  • no profile photo CD23656714
    I miss being able to show up and volunteer around town, and I miss our thrift shop, which can't open due to danger to volunteers and shoppers. I miss mine and Corky's park "adventures;" so many people aren't able to just be polite to other people regarding distancing and masks. Ah, well! We wouldn't be in the parks as often anyway, due to getting some wintry days here during winter, for which I'm grateful as I love Winter best! emoticon

    I'm still running on my rebounder, playing with Corky in the backyard-I'm so very thankful for our large yard!-and giving business to our favorite grocery and restaurants, thanks to pickup and carryout. I'm also getting more making and reading done.

    I so happy to hear from my good friend Trekpurrson! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    193 days ago
  • OVERWORKEDJANET
    Great!
    I miss spontaneous hugs.
    193 days ago
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