Sauk Centre’s Adoration Chapel: (Not) Back to Normal

St. Paul's Church and its new addition. The St. Faustina Adoration Chapel is to your left.My town’s Eucharistic Adoration chapel isn’t back to normal.

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:

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About Brian H. Gill

I was born in 1951. I'm a husband, father and grandfather. One of the kids graduated from college in December, 2008, and is helping her husband run businesses and raise my granddaughter; another is a cartoonist and artist; #3 daughter is a writer; my son is developing a digital game with #3 and #1 daughters. I'm also a writer and artist.
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