I also started driving again this week. I took Mom to her dentist appointment and sat in the car while she was in there. I also delivered our company year-end to the accountant, both very safe activities. Today I have to take Mom to the bank and do our grocery order pickup (they put it in enclosed trunk, zero interaction). I even managed to vacuum one room yesterday (but was tired after) so am slowly able to do more things. Hubby has been doing everything and I really want to take some of the burden off.
I had several medical appointments this week, a couple by phone and one in person with my GPO (General Practictioner Oncologist who assists my main Oncologist who lives in another city). It is weird after holing up at home for 2 months to be going out again but I am comfortable doing so. I asked about the vaccine as they are currently vaccinating care home residents, next up 80 year olds. It turns out, at least here in BC, there is no intention of vaccinating cancer patients who are undergoing chemo for fear that we could end up much sicker. I have a wait and see attitude, the world is vaccinating quicker than Canada (supply issues) so they will be making those decisions sooner than us. I have little fear of catching Covid now as we are super careful everywhere we go and I never am within 12 feet of anyone who isn't a healthcare professional or Mom or Hubby.
It snowed here a little yesterday and is colder than it normally gets here (minus 3 celcius) but is warming up this weekend to above zero temperatures. That will be a relief for the hummingbirds as they overwinter here and are waiting every morning when I put their feed back out(take it in every night so it doesn't freeze).
Have a great weekend everyone!