Before the pandemic, Mary Jean Megginson was a thriving 89-year-old fashionista and social butterfly living in Dayton. So when she transitioned to quarantine life, it was rough, especially since she lives alone.
“I was getting really bored and going crazy,” Megginson says. “I was doing my exercises in the morning like I always did. And then I was reading and watching television all day. And it just was really getting to me. It was just not me.”
And her family was worried for her.
“It had only been two weeks and I was like, what are we going to do