Notes from the Crone House
Notes from the Crone House*
There’s a lot of repetition in the advice that has swamped us over the last 3 months: wash your hands, keep 6 feet away, etc. I won’t repeat any more of it.
Masks really are a sign of respect. If you find it too much, with too many people up in your business and threatening your individualistic rights, perhaps life as a survivalist would suit you better.
If you feel the guidelines are draconian and cherry-pick that old chestnut (yes, I’m mixing metaphors) “Am I my brother’s keeper?”, the answer is well, yes. Perhaps not in the sense of caring, feeding and cleaning up after, but simple manners would tell you to be aware of the well-being of others and how much contact you have with others.
For those of you who wear the masks every day, especially at work, my husband offers this advice: avoid tuna fish salad and sandwiches for lunch. The smell does linger.
Now that the first lockdown is on its way out, if you haven’t started anything on your list of “things you’ve always wanted to do, but never had the time,” you probably won’t start them now. You’ll have to wait for the second COVID wave.
Only those who have been tested will know for sure if they are infected or not. Testing is our only way of successfully dealing with this. The doctors say it, the nurses say it. Politicians don’t, but when was the last time, when your child had whooping cough or you were in a bad accident, that you consulted a politician? Yeah, me neither.
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