Actually the fracture was near my elbow, but I'm grateful I didn't require surgery and the pt was completed in Mid August. As for the Covid-19 the stuckness feeling is still there, just not as bad as it used to be after being able to return to work.
As for insurance, I totally get where you're coming from since a family member had a stroke back in late January and we're dealing with a lot of "red tape" where insurance is concerned.
Ok here are my 2 stories,
August 18th 2002, I had just returned home from work and heard my older brother arrive. He charged up the stairs and into the hall which led to my room.
A gut feeling told me to follow him when he turned around and showed me two of the most adorable kittens. My brother said "the orange one is a boy, the other one is a girl, brother, sister and popped them on my bed.
After he left, the kittens looked up at me with their blue eyes as if they were saying "are you are new mommy?" The kitties lived with us all of their lives until it was their time to
My good thing is actually a memory. Twenty three years ago I saw U2 in concert and the show was actually the final concert in the Seattle Kingdome.
I remember still remember being amped (instead of the usual tired) up on my way to show after going to dinner at Westlake center and seeing so many bandmember look a likes at the venue.
In fact, when I boarded the Seattle Metro it was standing room only and I came face to face with a guy dressed up as Larry Mullin Jr. LOL