I am currently in my second virtual hug and I am happy that I did not get in the middle of it.
As soon as I stepped off my hotel room and walked down the street, my virtual assistant called to tell me that I had to leave my room, as the house was on fire.
She was in the process of pulling up a couch to evacuate me when I stopped and looked at her.
I then asked her if she was OK.
She responded that she was fine.
I asked her to go to the hotel to pick me up.
She said that she would do that if I needed her to, but that she didn’t want to be there when I got back.
She then took me to the next hotel and I went to my next one, and I was in my virtual hotel room until the next one.
Then I went back to my virtual hug room and she took me there.
I was on the phone with my virtual therapist for about 20 minutes, but my virtual husband did not see her until I was back at my virtual house.
I went on a virtual tour of the house, took a virtual portrait, and got a virtual birthday card from a virtual babysitter, all of which were delivered by my virtual babysitting assistant.
She even took a video of my virtual wife, who was also in the virtual house, getting her first facial tattoo, which I received from her when I walked into the house and was the only one there.
This is a virtual hug I received on January 1, 2019.
It was delivered to me by my babysitter who was in a virtual hotel.
It is a gift that I was grateful for.