(all opinions here are mine and mine only)
We went to Costco this week.
I have a Visa card through Costco and every year I get a check back for using it. This year was $268. Next year will be more.
Since this year's check would expire at the end of the year, we went to spend some of it.
I was terrified.
I don't mind going to the super market or the drug store, but the thought of going into a crowded big-box store was messing with my mind.
I don't know when I got anxious about Covid and certainly don't know when that will go away--but it is very real.
We even went the week before but the parking lot was so full I convinced Bern not to go in.
Oh, what a relief that was!
But then I heard on NPR that big-box stores, because of their size and height and ventilation, were safer than most stores.
So we went.
I gave them the check at check out and they gave me the change in cash. I guess you could just go in and cash it.
I'm glad we went. I breathed a little easier.
Joy on The View, said she was 'furious' at people over the virus. And the most of her fury was that everyone wasn't 'furious'.
I agree with her. A mayor in Kansas resigned because she got death threats over a mask mandate.
What is wrong with people?
It's not much to ask: wear a mask, socially distance, wash your hands. I'm furious that people can't do such simple things....
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