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I have a vibrating pad on my rocking chair I keep so busy, reading the bible, Luck12:22 is my favorite right now. The older the Bible the better, because you have to think. I like KJV the best For socializing, I text my daughter's everyday I want to get all of my parenting in while I can I paid for a search website and now keep in touch with my oldest and dearest friend I wrote letters to anyone that I felt that I still had unsettled conflict with, for closure I also text many friends thru-out my whole life I found a lot of them on facebook. And, in Michigaan, spring is coming. So, my re-hab has ended because of COVID-19 which was my main social activity, I'm going for a walk I hope that this helps. I have to mention Netflix, movies take me away for a little bit terrena
I made a decision to try and contact my friends via message or email with news , joke, gossip, or just a funny GIF everyday,; rotating my contacts.
Canceling my massage was a bummer since it's one of my big health promoting activities. But, so be it. Find some inspiring yoga utube, and other good instructors helping us with body movement. I have a body builder niece who is rather upset that the health clubs have closed, fortunately, the apartment building has machines. You just have to adapt.