My husband has not had the energy to return to work, so today I will be brewing up some medicinal teas, and making sure we get outside for fresh air (even if it's to get the mail and tend the hens). We are wanting this crud to be gone, gone, gone. My husband works outside, climbs towers, and has a one hour drive to work. We are greatly saddened he cannot go get the antibody therapy, but will continue to do what we can from home to get over this.
I, however, have not gotten over the cough. I just got online and ordered a cool-mist humidifier. I dug our ancient one out of the garage, and nope (dinosaur of a humidifier, we haven't used it in that many years). I am sure, with the increase in cases, we would not find a humidifier in stores right now. It is due to arrive tomorrow (not quick enough). It was my last resort. We don't have to energy for the 55 minute round trip, let alone the walking in and out and searching. Thank you Amazon.
Question: What's the best way to freeze buttermilk? I'm hankering homemade cornbread to go with our big pot of chili, and have zero on hand (and there is no way I'm going out for it). So, to prepare for the future, any suggestions on freezing it would be appreciated.
Trash finally picked up today. We missed it last week due to all of us sick. They warned us that they may be delayed due to their hydraulics not working in 0 degree weather.
Daughter K has a cough she can't get rid of now too. Sigh.
Other than those updates, we are heading out to the barn to fetch firewood, and maintaining minimal housework.
Stay safe my friends!