Sunday Reflections: A Week in Review

Good morning, beware of the clowns. The feature image is a cookie jar my grandmother once owned passed down to me in 1987. The condition is poor, otherwise I think I might get some true coin for selling it. Antique roadshow here I come. lol

Today would have been my sister-in-law’s 57th birthday. Happy heavenly b-d Barb! We should go to the Riverwalk / Navarro Street bridge for a toast to your memory. But alas it’s a school night and there’s this thing called a pandemic going on. One thing I’m glad you’re to around to see. People are different. Some are the same. But mostly different. Many if not all of us can’t help but be impacted in some way, shape, or form.

Me for example, I’m seriously triggered when I see large crowds of people back at college football games, sitting right on top of each other, not a mask in the place. They say we’ve learned more about the virus and maybe I am just not up-to-date on what is allowed these days. And I’m over the moon happy for anyone who is enjoying their favorite pastime having regained some sense of normalcy. Guess I missed the memo of mask-free is the way to be. Maybe it’s time to start living again? Though I’m doing pretty okay these days. Knock on wood.

Okay on that somewhat sour note of hope for the future, here is last week’s roll call:

Peace y’all. Until next time. Stay safe.

As always, more to come.

7 thoughts on “Sunday Reflections: A Week in Review

  1. They will get immunity, one way or another.

    I have given up caring. People die from stupid and it is beyond my control. I and those who are close to me do what we need to do to stay safe and follow the best advice science has to offer. Beyond that, it is que sera sera.

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    1. Mask wearing seems to have tapered off significantly. It really does feel like I missed out on something. An article maybe that changes the advice? I guess off to cdc.gov I go …

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      1. Last I saw, CDC has not told us to stop wearing masks in indoor and crowded outdoor venues. People just don’t like wearing them. It won’t happen to me and if it does it will be very mild.

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    1. I am venturing out again since I’ve been vaccinated but I still wear a mask. The last week though I don’t see masks on anyone else. Or I should say on very few others. I stick out like a sore thumb. Which I’m OK with

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