But it’s getting there.
We’ve been limited to scheduled folks only, two individuals/households max, with face masks, using hand sanitizer and keeping six feet apart.
Now it’s the same thing, but 10 individuals/households max. Which explains the non-scheduled folks I saw there today.
I’d prefer no masks, no hand sanitizer and no distancing.
While I’m at it — I’d prefer being outrageously wealthy, with top publishers and studios driving my staff bonkers with constant questions about my next bestselling mega-hit. But then again, maybe not. And that’s another topic.
So I’ll be pleased at a change in (new) routines that’s less restrictive than what we’ve been dealing with. And I’ll keep writing and researching. Not necessarily in that order.
Which reminds me. Here’s that seemingly-inevitable list of somewhat-related stuff:
- “People Who Need People — and the COVID-19 Pandemic”
(January 24, 2021)
- “New COVID-19 Vaccines: Goodish News, Ethical Issues”
(December 16, 2020)
- “COVID-19, Cells, Viruses and mRNA Vaccines”
(December 5, 2020)
- “Eucharistic Adoration and Social Distancing”
(December 3, 2020)
- “Back from the Hospital: The Masked Minnesotan Rides Again”
(October 5, 2020)