The last few days I’ve watched the world change and I’ve come to realize this is the first time I’ve actually seen a pandemic; I had the corona virus before it hit the States pandemic form. (If you missed that post you can find it under Zombieland and Taxes:) And I’m really curious about why toilet paper has been such a big commodity with this pandemic?
I’ve been to several different places and found that not everyone is living in fear of their death. It makes my heart sing just knowing there are optimistic people out there thriving in this environment. I’ve been to the Co-op where tensions were high, avoided the grocery store due to rude behavior over food and toilet paper, and toured a couple of restaurants. I must say the restaurants have varied the most. A few have closed down due to the virus and several have stayed open. A few have gone overboard on their cleaning habits and a few have taken the necessary precautions to meet their customers needs, but all of the open restaurants I have been to have stepped up to the plate to make their customers feel safe.
My town looks like a sleepy ghost town right now with most people locked in there houses? Or are they on the trails hiking? I took a drive today to get some fresh spring air and low and behold most of our trails are occupied. Mother nature is being appreciated, the birds are singing, it’s a beautiful spring day and people are taking quality down time. It is amazing and a blessing to see in the midst of all this craziness.
Life continues, and with that I have been making some changes of my own- in my life and in my business.