Just wanted to check in and I hope everyone is well. We’re in our homes and determined to do our part and to aid anyone we can while we as a nation/globe fight off the virus. Recently the governor invoked the “Stay At Home” rule which most are abiding by as far as I can tell.
Although we did have some curious visitors recently.
Yesterday we went for provisions (I love that term vs. groceries and household items)at the local Sam’s Club during the senior hours.
We continue to work on projects around the house and have been calling, GoTo Meetinging, Zooming, using FaceTime, and said hi to neighbors from a distance.
Much like you all I suppose. Quite a few folks were wearing masks and everyone was maintaining their distance. I was surprised to see sections of the store blocked off in a 'One Way' direction.
I also noticed after the Pharmacy area the traffic was routed through the back area where they had a big supply of toilet paper and paper towels. I looked around and I’d say 90% of the carts in the store had one or two bundles of toilet paper. I thought, “this is nuts!”
I it made me immediately wonder how many rolls we have at home. My gut reaction is that people who were not concerned about TP supplies just went along with the emotion of the moment? I decided I wasn’t going to get caught up in this buying spree.
One of the workers we passed insisted I may want a bundle (9 rolls) but I declined to her complete surprise. Like everything, we all react to the same situation in many ways so I have to respect what people decide to do. I really have no idea what they are dealing with so why question it?
However, I did go home and estimated we need about a roll a week between the two bathrooms and I checked -- we have plenty for quite a while. Maybe for a few months.
The other observation we made was how the workers outside were wiping down the carts before they went inside. Nice job!
This whole situation makes me think about World War II and have everyone pitched in and “did their part.” I hear people clapping for medical workers as they go into and out of the hospitals at shift change and how sewers (Kelly) are home trying to create masks for doctors and nurses who may be running low.
My part at the moment ~ I can pray for family and friends and situations. I know some of my readers will get that and some won’t but that’s OK.
After getting our groceries and such we could scanned them with the Sam’s Club app but by the time I figured it out we were close to the register and we checked out pretty quickly.
Our main work at the moment is yard work and putting in this year’s versos of Pam’s Garden. For 2020 we are almost doubling it.
They have an area beyond their back fence, before the water that they are sodding in. Last year’s batch of grass is doing well and so this year’s is going to be added to it.
We’re also figuring out some covering for the deck and building some flower boxes to hang.
That’s about it for now. Hope you all are finding new things to do and are keeping your spirits up. And seriously, if there is something that I can pray for you about, I would be glad to do so. Either message me on FB or email or call or whatever.
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!