I believe all of us are sick of the Coronavirus and hearing speculations and confusing facts, I know I am. On Earth Day we can celebrate but not together from afar.
I went to the grocery store at lunch one day and after getting the gloves and mask on I headed in. The scene made me want to cry, everyone wearing masks and gloves and no one making eye contact with others, walking far away from people, avoiding isles so not to get too close. First thought was I have entered the twilight zone or the zombie apocalypse… it was surreal. It is interesting to know it’s not just happening here, it’s the whole world. Here in Florida we have our hurricanes and when we are shut down because of them people on the other side of the country don’t understand, just the same as we don’t understand what a snow day is. But I was speaking to tech support and the guy was in Arizona and we were able to relate with each other’s life because we were basically looking out the same window. I don’t believe we will go back to life as it once was, it will get better than it is, and hopefully we can stop dressing in hazmat suits to go to the store, but I’m sure it will never be the same, not necessarily bad but for sure different. There are certain things I miss, but mostly it’s the hugs. In person appointments. I had a job interview over Zoom. Strange times for sure.
Earth Day was weird this year, there were no normal celebrations. But I went for a walk that morning and thought what a beautiful day to celebrate the earth. Next year we will celebrate.
Weekend 16-honestly I’m losing track, good thing I write it down. 16 wasn’t much different then 15 except we were camping in the backyard instead of the cabin. We did go to Boyd Hill Nature Trail. Got some great pics and a tiny bit of exercise until the rain came. Mike worked on the camper some more and we look forward to being able to camp in other places besides the backyard. But it is what it is.
Tell me what your missing the most with the quarantine.
Stay safe, and healthy, carry-on and this too shall pass. Until next time,