The one thing that we do know that is certain is that none of us will reach our BI CENTENNIAL. The question is, would we want to? Sometimes life is such a CHALLENGE that our tree score years and ten is enough. As we get older, often, life is not much FUN.

However, I would like to go on living for a long time because I am nosey. I want to see what happens next. So maybe yes, maybe I would want to see my bi centennial, but I would wish to be in much better health, and not disabled so I could enjoy it. How about you?


11 thoughts on “3TC#200

  1. I’m not sure I want to see my century the way things are going Lorraine! However, in another hundred years hopefully science and medicine will have progressed significantly and things will be better 🙂 Thanks for joining in today. You OK?

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  2. blindzanygirl

    Yes, I would want to see it if things improved in many ways. I would not want to see it with things, and my health like this. Who knows what will be in the future? Even twwenty years back is so different to now. Disregarding the virus I mean. Youbask if I am ok. Yes, except for the almost hyesterical fear that I wake up in. When I spoke to my doctor on the phone two days ago he told me that I WOULD die if I got the virus. I knew it, but it was hard to hear. I live in terror. I don’t know how to deal with that. I wish I could at least go out for a bit. I try to write, and write, and write. But it is so slow in WP these days. I don’t get the people coming in who used to, but I am grateful to the ones that do. I expect everyone feels stymied by the pandemic and so coming in here is difficult.


  3. Hubby and I are both anxious as we cannot see anything changing for the better until a vaccine is found, even if the virus goes away for the Summer. We can only continue as we are, avoiding going out unless for shopping or collecting our meds, and keeping our distance from everyone. Shopping is a guessing game as we can’t get in during the day due to queues (Hubby can’t stand for long) and by evening, most if not all fresh produce has gone. He did get cereal, cranberry juice, cheese and yogurt, though not his preferred flavour, but it’s working to help his digestion and reflux so he’s sticking with what he can get. I’m getting panic attacks wearing a mask for a long time, so I’m as useful as a chocolate teapot!
    I’m blogging away though in the afternoons in between making cups of tea and walking the dog. 🙂

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  4. blindzanygirl

    I know. We had worked out that this is not going to ease until a vaccine is found. I understand your panic attacks. I am havong them too, and there is no help for them. To be honest with you, when the panic really hits I wish for a pill to take to put me into oblivion. I am trying to avoid the news but you have to know so much. I too cannot get the foods and drinks that I need as the cancer was in my stomack and bowels too, so my digestive system is done in and I can only take certain things. I keep trying to tell myself it will all be alright but it won’t. We think alike Di x

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