A young cousin who is an ER nurse at Murray County Hospital posted an excellent guide on Facebook yesterday. She reminded us that some people will get it but it will not be worse case scenario. She suggested all the usual precautions and reminded us that God is in Control What a balm to the soul that is in these anxious times.
One of my big probmes is keeping my hands away from my face. I tend to sit with finger on cheek while reading. I need to stop that!
I did make a grocery run early Monday morning at Publix. It was mostly older people there....not me of course as I am not elderly.:) I tried to keep my distance and I wiped my buggy down on arrival. Once arriving home I did a thorough hand washing and I did something that Marvin laughed at! What could that be you wonder?
Now on to Wonderful things.
One of our Canadian Geese was swimming on the pond on Sunday morning. We spotted him as we were packing up to leave. He did not even leave as we were making noise. He must like us. Usually there are two of them that are always together so we were a bit concerned about his/her mate. You can see the footbridge that Marvin built over the creek. It allows us to get to the other side of the pond. Again, just using my iPhone. I am thinking I may need to get some canvases made of these two pictures.
And for a chuckle....
We picked up toilet paper in GA for us as well as the Roberts family.
Now if this picture doesn't make you smile...well check to see if you are still alive! Sister Leta posted this on Facebook the other day for a friend of hers and it made me think of my dear friend, Diane, who is a Westie owner. She and her husband have rescued several Westies from Puppy Mills.
Have a blessed day dear friends. Let's all do our best to stay well.