This afternoon I received an email from my friend who recently had Covid. She said that she was ready to talk on the phone, even though she is still on oxygen, and asked me when I was available. I called her right away, and we chatted for quite a while. She filled me in on how her recovery is going. It's going to be a long, slow process of healing. She finds it scary with her oxygen levels, (which she measures at home,) and said that her blood pressure is high. There is so much that we don't know about this virus. It is deadly, mysterious and unpredictable. I was thrilled to hear her voice, though.
She told me that she had received my card and check, and she sounded so grateful. Like so many people, she lost her job recently, and it will help her. I feel for her. She said that I can share her hospital horror story with you, so when I am feeling more energetic after a cup of coffee tomorrow, I'll write it out here. Right now I'm just too wiped. It's very shocking to read what she went through; she describes it in detail.
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