|IMAGE COURTESY OF SUSAN MIRANDA|
In my entry here on Blogger for last evening, May 10th, I mentioned that my brother-in-law would be getting the results from his COVID-19 test today, but, unfortunately (understatement) his results were among the 2,100 that were lost by the facility administering the test (as evidenced in the image atop this entry which was sent to me by my sister).
As for me, I learned at my orthopedist appointment (that I also referenced in the aforementioned post) he reasoning behind my severe pain (re my Greater tuberosity injury) and have been warned to expect it to continue for quite some time and eventually surgery may be warranted.
However, in the midst of my concern for my brother-in-law and my severe pain, I still participated in session 42 of the clapping/cheering/pan-playing tribute.
After all, our health care professionals, first responders and essential workers carry on in the midst of whatever their circumstances might be; it is the least I can do to show appreciation. As usual, I took a few pictures of the tribute and a couple of them can be seen below.