On the 3rd day of Christmas we took time to invest in friendships. It was good. This Covid season can leave one feeling disconnected and isolated. In our state we are not on lock down. We ARE to social distance (the big 3....wear a mask, wash your hands often, stay 6 feet apart).
Krista greeted me today with the idea she would take Dad with her to get her flu shot and I would have time to grab a minute with a friend. Michael pointed out Krista would need to take the van. He and Stacia were heading out shopping (household gift exchange comes late for us). They dropped me at Sophia's at 12:15. I welaxed. My friend, Brenda, works next door. She came over on her break and we shared a cup of tea. It was the quickest 30 minutes in the week! How does time shift like that? Some moments fly by and some stretch on and on.
Krista and Dad picked me up. Dad was happy for the outing, and really happy he talked Krista into a romp through the McDonald's drive-through. I was grateful for family that made it possible.
This evening Caitlyn, a friend who is "going outside" for a few months, came over and played games. Unfortunately, we played Quelf. I understand some love this game! I am not one of those people.
I didn't take one photo - but it was a good day invested in people and our relationships with them.