My morning routine is only slightly different now. As I sip my first cup of coffee I still laze in bed. But I have the added luxury of listening to Pachelbel while watching a beautiful video on YouTube on TV.
I sort through email and other texts, briefly glance at Facebook and realize I’ve been back in Leavenworth for seven days.
Where has that first week gone?
It’s been a blur of doing nothing yet doing everything. I unpacked and settled in to this delightful cabin my friend Ann graciously offered me for a couple of weeks until I could move back into town. It’s steps away from her house so we’ve spent a lot of time together. Lots to catch up on since I left 11 months ago.
Here are some pics of the grounds surrounding the cabin.
On Thursday I had my first haircut since COVID-19 invaded our world back in January. Amazing how a simple cut and style can make a world of difference.
I got my annual phone chip at AT&T in Wenatchee on Wednesday. I also did some shopping at Old Navy.
First trip to Safeway was a tad overwhelming as usual. Oh how I’ve missed my Everything Bagels among many other items.
It was so exciting to go back to Cashmere and see my tree! The leaves are just starting to change color.
On my walks I’ve noticed that the pear trees are loaded with fruit ready to be picked.
Some friends have stopped by to visit and I’ve been catching up with others on the phone. It feels wonderful to be back home in Leavenworth. I’m not sure how long I’ll be here. It feels very strange to have just arrived when I am usually preparing to leave for my winter home in Mexico. But 2020 has proven to be a very different year.