Hindsight, Well, Wow

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

Never fully dressed without a face mask.

I was looking back at some of my old posts and I had a good chuckle, notably a couple from January, 2019.

Check this out. In my post Happy New Year!

I spoke about how chaotic 2019 was and even had a painting to represent it. Ha ha! Little did I know what was coming in 2020! Boy, was I a lightweight!

To start off the year, I was hit with a grave and unusual sickness that really knocked me down. One of my posts about it was called,

Thank You Friends!

It is a quick and interesting read considering COVID was still in Wuhan, China. I had some notable symptoms, and that was the sickest I have been in a long while. I wonder If I had contracted it.

The current tests I am taking say I did not, but wow, coincidental!

I know it is early for a New Year post, but I wonder what is coming looking forward. 2020 has been a crazy one.

Well, that’s all for now. I hope you all have a blessed and beautiful day!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

56 thoughts on “Hindsight, Well, Wow”

  1. fyi: the 1st link is wonky. Does nothing on the app; reroutes to a page of search engine best guesses in web view.

    Glad you’re better now. How weird about the Jan illness not being covid!!

          1. Today I’ve noticed that even though my comments seem not to post, they actually have.

            The app is good about saving unpublished comments so it’s safe to go back and see if your comment appears.

          2. Meh. Mostly spent in my heated bed, trying to reconcile misc annoyances. It’s slightly before 8:30pm and I’m planning to go to sleep soon.

  2. My doctor is pretty sure I had misdiagnosed Covid19 in April…no fever, no breathing problems. I had loss of taste and the gastrointestinal form of the disease followed by diverticulitis, kidney infection, and ovarian cysts. It took me 6 months to fully recover, and I still worry about possible heart and kidney damage. The problem is, the antibodies typically are gone from the body in about 3 months, so it can’t be confirmed with a blood test.

  3. You look very handsome in a suit!

    Haha that is funny how we had no idea what the hell would be coming at us all 🤨🤦‍♀️

    Ahhh hindsight 2020 😄😄 there is a whole new meaning to that 😄✌️

  4. Ha! We all had no clue what we are in for during the New year’s celebrations. I hope you get well soon, my friend! And someone can pull off a suit rather nicely

      1. Oh! Sorry, I think I misunderstood something. Although, I am very glad to know that you are healthy now, Stay safe.
        She sure have a great taste!
        Cheers, my friend, have a great week ahead!

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