Here in WI we are not. My town acts like everything is normal and it's really frustrating. I guess I'll never be able to eat in a restaurant again.
Even when restaurants re-open, I won't want to go in either.
I'm about to mask up and go get groceries. People, it is not that hard: mask, distance, wash your hands!
You'd think that, wouldn't you, but many here don't do it. And some idiots object to simple precautions on "political" grounds -- as if the virus has a political goal.
I like it!
You're right to take things seriously! xxx
Fun way of coping.Tennessee has done so poorly. I live just a haaaair north of the worst zipcode (like 3 streets up) for positive cases. I drive into another town and shop at the bougie grocery in hopes to stay healthy.At least as long as i can afford shopping there. Hard winter ahead.
I miss going to NY. Last time I visited was las December.
I'm also avoiding the city.
While one might be quick to smile upon seeing this, and there's nothing wrong with that, of course, I think that this image is a powerful representation of so-called "new normal" that is, in fact anything but, that has become our collective existence in 2020. Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
So true. Our minds think alike.