I don't know why things feel weird. They just do. Have you ever experienced something like it? I suppose that it's a transition following the terrifying months of Covid, when people were dying or in the hospital. And I encountered every human experience while at work, at church, in the grocery store. There were people who didn't believe the virus was lethal (I know, right?), simply because they knew a few people who had it and were over it in a few days. The terrified, always double masking and unwilling to touch others, even now. One of my friends still is double masking, even though she has had the vaccine. Then there were those like myself, that wore a mask when it was required, but the terror of the first few months gradually wearing away because it just isn't sustainable. Eventually we all calm down a little bit because we decide not to go anywhere or do anything. As the months went by at work, I realized that masking and hand washing were working, because we had a number of patients that let us know they were positive after being in the office a few days before.
I think that's what it is, anyway. Being able to go out and do stuff without a mask, resuming life that is similar to what it was all like before.
I had my bone density exam yesterday, and I meet my new gp on Monday. Luckily my bone density is still in the osteopenia stage. I have stepped up my calcium supplements, my Vit D3. It's really all I can do other than weight bearing exercises. I try to do some yoga stretches too, but I hate them and rarely do it. I'm planning on joining a gym, but I haven't taken the time to visit any yet.
Well, off to the races. Have a great weekend!