So, today is the last day of September. This is usually the time of year when things start to get back to normal and “Things get serious.”
Why? Well the kids are usually back in school by now, and for those recent high school or college graduates, finally you are realizing that you are not going back to school . . . an odd realization.
Yet, here we are nine months into this Pandemic, and things are anything but getting back to normal . . . they are just about to get less-normal than before.
I, for one, do not appreciate the tone of governments (which are understandably frustrated) as to blaming people for spreading a virus that they may not know they have, nor may have ever affected them.
It is nobody’s fault, it just is.
I still do my part, I wear my mask and I try to remember to sanitize things, but hey, there is only so much that I can do.
And while it would be the most effective to shut down the economy for months again, and I mean totally shut it down. It would be economically disastrous.
The economic fallout will already be bad and it is just around the corner, riding that second wave that we can see in the distance.
All we can do is carry on as best we can and just do our part. Wash our hands, wear a mask, sanitize stuff and just carry on with our lives.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!