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                                                  GOOD MONDAY!!!!

      I have always loved Mondays. Don't judge me, just hear me out.

Monday is a new day, a new week, a re-set button. Today is an opportunity to start anew, tattoo a fresh canvas, and set new goals. It's almost like New Year's every week; so, make those resolutions and work on them in small doses. 

      What are your plans for this week?

My son and I finally got a haircut yesterday, so I can finally check that off my list. He looks great. I went totally rogue and require a few days to adjust to my new boy cut. That's okay. It's only hair, right?

     He has an appointment in Morgantown on Tuesday. We both welcome the opportunity to get out of the house but approach this mini road trip with cautious, masked trepidation. In fact, I think this rebellious action will satisfy the growing restlessness of our current quarantine. 

I have a dentist appointment on Wednesday that will probably get canceled. The idea is far too revolutionary for me. I'm not quite ready to practice my wild side. My immediate family has been extremely fortunate in not contracting the horrid COVID19 and it is my goal to keep it that way.

    On Thursday I will tune-in to a Webinar on the interesting aspects of Taopatch on MS. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taopatch-nanotechnology-acupuncture-for-health-wellness-tickets-102991418104?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard It's free and hopefully informative. The Taopatch has headlined  MS news lately, making it a desirable treatment for an undesirable disease. Check it out. I would love to have a conversation about your thoughts on the matter.

Friday is pizza and wing day!

   Weekends have become a blur to the workweek since I'm retired and my husband is on indefinite furlough. We no longer have church to look forward to or baseball games to watch, so...It is what it is.

Today, though; today is the most important day of the week. Today is Monday. Today paves the way for new hopes. I'm anxious to dive right in, so I'll leave you to yours.

     Have a great week,
Lisa, Lady with the Cane

                                                      
                                                       
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