I don't believe it either!
Have you found that when someone close to you is ill, everything else seems to stop? I'm on automatic pilot, remind myself to eat and drink, make all the necessary decisions and put aside everything that can wait. Truly back to basics.
I check the weather forecasts ten times a day - we have had snow and gusting winds of 40 to 50 miles an hour and I didn't visit the hospital yesterday or today, though friends and family 'across the water' did. (We are not on an island but a peninsula, and are dependent on a ferry service. The alternative is a 75 mile road over the Rest and Be Thankful pass which is prone to landslides..) Instead I slept, and slept, and slept some more!
There is a sense of 'keeping the home fires burning' and it was good for me to rouse myself and take a few photographs.
Tomorrow looks calmer and the ferries will be running, but gusts of up to 72 mph are forecast for Monday so they might well be off again. Country living, eh?
Barry continues to feel better each day, but it is still a mystery why he is so ill. More tests are due. Thank you all so much for your kind wishes, prayers, and virtual hugs - they really do warm our hearts and make a difference.
A day at a time then....and aren't mobile phones just marvellous?