I. Just. Can’t.

Not yesterday

Not today

Tomorrow?

This has been a helluva day

90×24 hours long

90 naps in the dark

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

NAP

Repeat

Oh-it’s only been 60?

March 17 was the last time I took Auntie out where we came in contact with people. Before masks.

Now masks are expected, yet her podiatrist is leaving it up to patients whether to wear a mask or not.

Tomorrow. Tomorrow is the appointment. I so wish I had not said I would take her. She knows that if she gets sick we will get sick but she doesn’t care. She’s 99.5.

(I fired a chiropractor for having the same attitude and even advocating against mask wearing.)

The stupid doctor’s office says they screen folks. But ignore the fact that people can be carriers with no symptoms.

I know I can refuse to take auntie, but will take her against my better judgement.

It feels like playing Russian Roulette.

Yes, I’m depressed. So sad because people are so selfish. And stupid. Just because the state is opening up does not mean the virus disappeared.

G-d help us all!

~RuthScribbles

12 thoughts on “I. Just. Can’t.

  1. There are many with their heads wedged deeply and firmly in the sand wanting only for things to be as they had been before. It is not smart. I agree with you, it is the people not showing any symptoms or indicators of any kind that worry me. I pray that both you and your Aunt will be okay. I would do the same thing, even though it’s risky these days. I don’t know why people are so resistant to wearing masks. I wish they all would! I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers, Ruth. May God protect you as you seek to do this kind thing for your Aunt.

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  2. I hope you and Aunty will be absolutely safe.. I remember the first time I had to go to the supermarket after lockdown I came home put all my clothes in the washing machine and showered, washed my hair.. It felt so silly but that’s what it is..

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  3. Here we have been told to isolate yet when the main government adviser drives 250 miles when he is showing symptoms. Even takes his dog for a walk in a tourist haunt we are told that he acted like any responsible parent would do. With that any resemblance of control we had has been destroyed.

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