Another “Covid” Monday

It could be a song title, not a popular song, but one of our time. It has been an unbelievable week or so, and I’m curious what the next five weeks will hold. 

Today the President remains in Walter Reed Army Hospital for treatment for the coronavirus. Lots of discussion about just how sick he is and what he will do next.  I find it unbelievable that our government allowed the White House garden to introduce the Supreme Court nominee.  Absolutely no distancing, very few masks, and the other precautions recommended by the CDC.  Just how many of these in attendance have or will become sick is yet unknown.

This past weekend we held a garage sale.  I’m pleased to report that all in attendance wore masks.  I had put a sign requesting masks in the front yard, and no one argued.  All respected my request.  We had hand sanitizer at the cashiers table and were as careful as possible.  I can’t compare my garage sale to a White House event, but I can justifiably critize those who planned that event.

Praying for common sense. 

…that’s 30 for today.

2 thoughts on “Another “Covid” Monday

  1. And here we are, after Trump was being treated as if he is seriously ill driving around with his Secret Service team. Is he really sick or not and just can’t stand not getting attention? Once you lie then you will have to tell more with the web you weave. His doctors as well.

    Like

  2. We just returned home from a 4600 mile car trip to Seattle and back through the Crater Lake National Park. We found about 95% of the places where we stopped for gas or “food to go” required a “mask”. In some places we were shocked at the obvious “do not care” behavior.

    We actually did tent camping for five nights to avoid COVID. I never thought I would be doing tent camping at my age! Camp sites were very popular and a bit crowed…most were using Rv’s and other campers. We also stayed two nights on the way home in hotels….and were very cautious and wore masks.

    We went to Seattle to see your new baby grandson. He was two months old and a real joy! I am praying that his generation will not have to go through future pandemics. We have been proud of our daughter and son-in-law. They have had no in home visitors except us. They even had Nathan’s birth in their home……we live in an “unbelievable world”!

    Believe in the best in the worst of times! Be your best!

    Like

Leave a Reply to Clayton Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s