Finally got a negative covid test today, which means I’m likely not contagious anymore. It won’t change my behavior in public (I’ve been wearing masks in indoor public spaces for quite awhile and don’t see that changing any time in the foreseeable future) but it will be nice to be able to be close to my family again and to be able to go in person to Shabbat evening services. Symptom-wise, I’m mostly better. Still feeling tired but otherwise am much, much better than I was a week ago.
This was originally posted on facebook. I finally got COVID. Started showing symptoms late on Friday night but thought it was allergies and/or a cold. Negative COVID test on Saturday. Sick all weekend with lingering low grade fever, fatigue, and bad cough. Did another COVID test today and this time was positive. I’m now isolating in one room to improve the odds that Becky and Ty won’t get it, but otherwise am feeling tolerable and I’m relieved that I haven’t had the more worrisome symptoms. — also very appreciative of the used Samsung smartwatch I got this week that measures […]
This was originally posted on facebook. I’ve been sick this weekend (bad allergies/hay fever, but thankfully not COVID! (EDITORS NOTE: It turned out it was covid.) so I felt too crummy to do much in the way of law work, so instead I created the start of a long-contemplated fan blog that will be providing commentary on the Tales of the City series of books (and other media) by Armistead Maupin. If you have never read Tales of the City, I would strongly recommend the series. It began as a serialized novel in the SF Bay area in the mid-1970’s, but later became much […]