Thursday, April 16, 2020

Thursday Evening

Good evening my good friends. I hope that you are doing well. I had to go and have a blood test yesterday and I had my own mask on.It was weird. Everyone there were in blue gowns, covered head to toe and had large masks and glasses. I had to answer many questions, then use this white material on my hands and then go into a small booth. 
This nurse came and tried to take my blood and was unable. On the same arm she tried it again and still no blood. She asked another nurse to try and this one who was older took it from the top of my hand which was more painful but guess what? She got my blood. Three picks on the same arm. They said you can go now. Where did they think I was going to go after that, the mall? LOL
My last blog I brought forth some different boobs and we had a laugh. This blog is a little different. I thought about our world, yes our world since this virus has affected everyone.

 This is for those who are in our hospitals helping those who dealing with the virus.

This is for the people who work in the grocery stores

   This is for the truck drivers bringing us the material that we seriously need.

This is for everyone else that is assisting us during this pandemic.

And this is for us, the people of the world that have had to change their lives, be frightened and still are.


And finally, for all of those who have died in this pandemic,


Please my blogger friends, keep safe, and pray that soon we will see the sun out of this mess.

Cruisin Paul


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you Peg. I hope you are feeling better today.

  2. Praying for you and your whole family to stay safe and well.

    1. Thank you Mimi and I am also praying for you and the rest of our world.

  3. Glad they got some blood in the end I have mine done monthly but haven't been able to go cos of being high risk all my hospital and GP appointments have been changed to telephone ones, oh well it's for the best :-(

    Nice post Pauleo stay safe and stay cheerful :-)

    1. After talking with my doctor, I signed up with " Virtual Care " It's a very interesting thing since I can't physically visit my doctor. He told me that my BP is perfect and so os my potassium which was up a little. Have a wonderful day my friend and keep safe.

    2. That's good to hear Pauleo high potassium can be dangerous, a couple of years ago i had a call to go straight to A&E as it was dangerously high turned out i was caused by Ramipril one of my BP drugs the dose was lowered and was back to normal.

      It's good your checking your BP too

      Have a safetastic day :-)

  4. I thank all of them every time I see them. We don't go out much, but I make sure they know how much I appreciate them being on the front lines so the rest of us can get what we need.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Paul. Be well. 😎

    1. The other day I went outside to wave and thank the garbage people taking my garbage away from my home. Sometimes people forget how important these men really are. Not anymore. Keep safe.

  5. This is a beautiful post. Thanks to everyone doing their part to serve the community during this pandemic lockdown, especially the health care givers who risk their lives treating the patients.

    1. I totally agree with you Nancy. After we are finished with this virus, I hope that people don't forget these very important men & women.


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