It’s been a week of watching the rain and seeing the wind whip the trees all over the place. We still have some time to check on our neighbors and ask them if they need anything from the store. We have several essential trips to the grocery store and have talked with our families and friends. It is a wonder of technology to be able to be connected with our families in a group event. It’s precious to us to stay in touch with our loved ones. Good news for extra family time.
Seems to me that sheltering in place has been an adventure. Helene and I have been able to accomplish our errands and stay connected with our neighbors, asking about supplies when we have gone for some to the grocery store. It’s unique to see the arrows on the floor directing the flow of traffic through the aisles. Of course there are those who are looking for items on the shelves, so their eyes never look to the floor to see the direction signs. I didn’t see any people charging up to the ones who were going the opposite way, but My wife did come across a person who was breathing righteous fire because she caught somebody not observing the 6 foot rule and not having a mask. My wife asked her where the mask she was supposed to be wearing was. The monitor of all things simply huffed and went on her way because she had no mask. We live, I guess the monitor of spaces lives, but maybe she will feel at ease when the restrictions are lifted.
Certainly the internet is full of advice as well as the frequent updates on the broadcast media. Guess all of this is absolutely helpful and is supposed to mitigate the effects of the virus. It would be a bright spot if they can come up with a vaccine. In the meantime we go to the take out places and take our meals with us, and we keep on keeping on. Ken Taglauer
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