Just give me one good season.
So sang John Prine. The singing mailman. A national treasure. He’s got Covid19. He’s been intubated. He’s 72. He’s beaten cancer twice. He’s been through chemo. He’s been radiated. He’s probably got even more underlying issues. His family asked from prayers last night. You know what to do.
I was feeling pretty down last night. I had this feeling that I wouldn’t come out on the other side of this.
A friend of mine sent an email saying “open now.” Luckily, it was about two minutes old. I read it and joined a Zoom meeting. One of the lead doctors at Columbia University Hospital was hosting it. The hospital is a 1200 bed leading research hospital. There is a team who takes data, spins it around and provides practical information.
There are four main points. You don’t have to get sick if you follow them.
- Keep your hands clean. After you touch anything that isn’t in your own circle, hit yourself with Purcel.
- Keep your distance. Covid19 doesn’t live in the air. You have to be hit by droplets. Or, if you come in contact with an infected person and stay too close to them for about 20-30 minutes.
- Keep your hands off of your face. The virus enters through your, mouth, nose and eyes.
- Masks are really not needed for protection unless you are going to spend time with an infected person. They really serve to remind you to keep your hands off of your face.
There’s a lot more, but most are examples.
This doesn’t mean we are safe, but if we follow those four rules, there is a high probability we might be.
One more CV issue. Our grocery store opened even earlier for us oldsters. 7am. For some reason I awoke at about 7:15. Out the dogs went. Out we went. There were about ten people shopping in the entire store. We bought everything we needed. But, if you wanted paper goods, no joy. We didn’t need anything. We don’t have toilet paper dreams.
The picture. Layered again. Three different images combined into one. It took some time to get things tinkered in the right direction. You haven’t seen the individual pictures. You will.
Stay safe. Care for one another. Wash your hands. Keep your distance. Enjoy every burrito.