Rita Wilson is expressing her thoughts about how the past year has been! On Sunday, Wilson shared an Instagram post where she looked back at her coronavirus diagnosis last March, and opened up about her current feelings.

Wilson shares her gratitude after COVID-19 recovery

Wilson began her post by talking about how she had performed a show in Australia at this time last year shortly before beginning to experience coronavirus symptoms. "One year ago today I was playing the Sydney Opera House @sydneyoperahouse ," the singer and producer said, "the next day started feeling very tired and achy, two days later hospitalized with Covid 19."

Both Wilson and her husband, Tom Hanks, tested positive for COVID-19 during their trip down under, but were lucky enough to recover. "I want to take a moment to say how grateful we are for our health," Wilson continued, "how thankful we are for the medical care we got in Queensland, and that we share in the sorrow of each person who lost a loved one to this virus."

Rita Wilson attends WCRF's "An Unforgettable Evening" on February 27, 2020.

Wilson talks about the importance of music in her year

Wilson also mentioned she's "hopeful" now that vaccines have become widely available, and talked about how continuing to make music has been a positive thing for her. "I also do not take for granted that creating music stayed a part of my life," she said, explaining that she worked on her new song "Hello World" with two Brazilian women through Zoom!

"Music has been very healing this year," Wilson concluded her post. "So thankful for that, too." In April 2020, Wilson jumped on a remix of Naughty By Nature's song "Hip Hop Hooray," with proceeds going towards a COVID-19 relief fund. And while she was in quarantine recovering from the coronavirus, she shared that she was listening to her own song "The Wind"!