Wash the hands. I’m beginning to wonder if that is like the duck under your desk in the ’60s. Yeah, I know, anything to help prevent the spread so wash your hands often. Me, I’m staying home.
So I thought I’d wash my car this morning and kill two birds with one sponge. You know, trying to keep some sense of normalcy. It felt good like it always does. A clean ride always makes me feel good. So it’s all ready for later this week. I believe I saw Thursday is the next nice day outside without rain. I’ll be looking forward to that ride the next few days.
Before I washed the car I saw the first trace of the yellow pollen that turns my red car orange every other day for the next month or two. Which reminds me I should get my tractor running soon. Mulch will be coming and grass will be growing. And there is that large pile of branches that needs to move to the lower backwoods.
Some things seem so normal still. But there is that uncertainty all around us even when you don’t have the news on. It’s great talking to people. Everyone letting each other know were good.
We all should be keeping in mind the people still keeping the country running. Deliveries of essential service. Security of our nation. And many others that still go on each day. That cause those individuals to be out and about in the midst of this doing their jobs. As a matter of fact, I’m going to write one tonight to see if they need me to get anything for them.
Also remember not to overtax the hospitals if you can.
Random Thoughts of the Day
- We are all going to get a good education of what our health care system really looks like now.
- I’m discovering Facetime and I like it. Nowhere near as good as a hug from your children but really nice considering we aren’t seeing each other.
- A lot more people appreciate each day now.
- Today the purge has started. Relax, I’m talking about junk in my basement.
Today’s Link I thought might be of Interest
How much Toilet paper supply do you have. This calculator can help.