Both of us were sneezy on Sunday. My husband suffers from allergies year-round (dust and mold as well as pollen) but I only react in late spring when pollen is very heavy. We took quick Covid tests and both read positive. I don't have a fever, just sneezes and sniffles and a few aches. He, meanwhile, is grumbling because we got our second booster shots last week so we should be immune, right? Umm, no. I've pointed out that sniffles are a lot better than being hospitalized. CDC guidelines say to self-quarantine for five days (=through Friday). I had to bail on two luncheons that's I'd really looked forward to. (Fortunately the reservation for one of them will be transferred to next month.) I gave a heads-up to people I'd seen over the weekend. I rearranged several other activities.
The bright side: I can get this over with before next week which is crazy-busy.
I made seven more daisy-print mug rugs for an ongoing P.E.O. project. My chapter's long-time fundraiser is selling yearbook covers. They are quarter-page-sized ring binders. We work with another chapter (they do the finances, we do the order fulfillment) and each chapter nets between $3000 and $5000 per year to benefit P.E.O. projects (listed here) to educate women.
A coupon for a mug rug is put inside each shipment of yearbook covers. I started doing this last fall and more than 20 coupons have been redeemed so far.