The Mister was over the moon that that our library book return was finally re-opened Friday. He had two books here he wanted gone. The library itself is opening to curbside pick up for holds in a couple of weeks but he's staying with the Kindle. I don't want any germy books in here. No siree.
Daughter was beside herself with joy that she could get back on the ice again. She's at a friend's private facility that let her buy an hour's worth of ice on Saturday morning to bring in a handful of students under very strict conditions. Her county rink is still closed with no immediate plans for re-opening. At least we aren't using the rinks for morgues anymore. That's progress.
.....and looking out at the wetlands but until there is a cure or a vaccine I'm staying on my feet.
I'm glad that your daughter is back on the ice even if it's for a limited time. Our state has reopened somewhat but I would estimate only about 1/4 to 1/2 of people are wearing masks when out and about. I haven't shopped much myself but I do drive by stores going to and from the lake and see people going in and out. It really does surprise me. I think I worry even more since my brother died and I can't believe people are so blase' about it.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you're staying safe and being careful.
Our library's drop box finally opened too - it was good to return a book that had been sitting on my kitchen table for3 months!ReplyDelete
Yes, so many places are still so empty--it is strange to see. Stay safe, you are on the right path.ReplyDelete
Some people here seem to think wearing a mask is a violation of their rights, but I continue to wear mine and plod on. I dread the day when the University students return for in-person classes.ReplyDelete
We are so lucky to have open spaces to look at, and nature to enjoy during this time. I felt very sad today and then a friend I haven't talked to in a year, left me a message. It was so great to connect with her. We are still living in a very strange atmosphere of a virus that we can't see, prejudice we cannot not see, and a small percentage of elderly people who have seen it all before.ReplyDelete