Day 103 of Safer-at-Home here in Panama City Beach, Florida. Today’s Department of Health’s statistics for Bay County are 241 cases and 4 deaths, and for Florida are 109,014 cases and 3,281 deaths. The statistics form Florida’s Community Coronavirus Dashboard for Bay County are 255 cases and 5 deaths, and for Florida 117,480 cases and 3,377deaths. New cases in Bay County are 10 and in Florida 5,507. Sometimes it is hard to realize that these number are real and are happening to people. It all seems so surreal. But people are dying and getting sick and many that survive will have health issues for awhile.
This morning I first worked out in the yard filling up my two yard trash cans of debris for trash pick-up tomorrow. I still have a giant pile that will probably take me a few weeks to dispose of. This debris is the result of my neighbor clearing out the fence line so he could stain my side of the fence. By the time I was done I was dribbling wet in sweat. Summer is definitely here.
After I cooled down and cleaned up, I started working on all the paperwork my mortgage holder requires for the repairs that I am doing as a result of Hurricane Michael. Since they are holding on to a good chunk of change, it is imperative that I begin the process. Everything needs to be uploaded to their secure site. Then I had a question, so I had to call them, and of course they wanted even more paperwork. I am still missing some of the required documents from the roofing company and the window company, but I was able to upload what I have.
For lunch I made tacos from the leftover salmon I cooked yesterday. I have to admit they were pretty yummy.
After lunch I headed out to the workshop to work on my Freebie Friday project. I was able to complete a second sample. I like it better than the first one, but not 100% happy about it. I also cut out pieces for the demo piece that I will use tomorrow. I left a mess, so I will have to clean up and then prep for Friday’s Zoom event.
Be Safe, Be Healthy.