The storm of COVID-19 is all around us.
We must strive to be eye of that hurricane.
Easier said than done, right?
I don't know where you are in this storm. I have no crystal ball.
And the only gypsy I know is a ghost cat ... and you know cats ... ghost cats are even worse in telling you anything.
They just roll their eyes at the dumb things we humans do.
Anna has an interesting title to her IWSG post: Don't Drink the Kool-Aid:
In Florida, the college students are still packing the sands for spring break ... nary a mask on any of them.
The Mardi Gras parades were a virus bomb which is now making New Orleans the new epicenter for the coronavirus.
As of last week, masks were not worn by the donor techs where ... don't want to frighten the donors. Sigh.
I am looked at strangely because of my mask ... but not at the hospitals I deliver blood to. They all wear masks.
Besides, I have a co-worker who coughs her congested cough with her mouth open ... every other minute.
I'm in the wrong age bracket to not wear a mask.
We should learn the Lessons of
the Spanish Flu of 1918
But enough about me.
What do you think about me?
No. Just joking.
How are you doing?
Try to boost your immune system by taking:
Getting enough sleep.
Echinacea & Golden Seal
A good Probiotic
Every Storm passes.
Panic is your worst enemy.
Use your mind,
Take refuge in the Father.
Know you are not alone.
My heart is with you all.