It’s the first day of meteorological autumn. My favorite season.

My brain is still drain. Not sure why. Am getting out more, being around people more. Not good for thinking? LOL I am thinking, though. Thinking I am getting concerned again about the virus. I am torn between wanting to go out and have lunch and shop and whatever, but my friend that I go places is with has become rather cavalier about safety, and does a lot of things with others where no masks are worn. We and her husband are all vaccinated, but we can still get sick and/or make others sick. I think if I get sick again, I may not survive it. I’m not saying I had the virus the first time I was sick, but my symptoms were similar, and I am still not recovered over a year and a half later. Go out, have a life/risk death. Some choice.

DD came down a couple of weeks ago, and we also went to lunch, but at a place with outside dining and fans blowing outside air past us. She is adamant about safety measures. Makes me happy. I see so many people not wearing masks in stores. Unless I am actively eating, I wear my mask all the time. I am starting to dread winter, being shut in and alone again, with dark days and nobody to talk to. Bah. Also, humbug. It is what it is, and I will get through it. I always do. If I don’t get sick. 😦

4 thoughts on “Autumn

  1. I’m worried, too. Some are blatantly ignoring the inside mask mandate, and others are stupidly wearing theirs only over their mouth, or under their chin -what, as a nod to wearing one?? I don’t get it – and I’ve started double-masking when I go places because I’ve read a regular mask isn’t strong enough with Delta. And who knows with Mu. We’re never going back to “normal” and people just don’t want to face that.

    • I have to agree that ‘normal’ is not coming back, at least anytime soon. Life as we’ve known it is changing, and that is scary to a lot of people, and they choose to pretend to themselves that it is not happening. We are living through a monumental upheaval to the way things were, and it’s adapt or die, I think. It’s not just the ‘plague’, it’s climate change, which only complete morons can still deny. Change is always scary, but it’s not always a bad thing. Who knows how we’ll wind up? Adapt, adapt, adapt. That’s what humans are good at. I am going to start double-masking, too, and no more eating indoors at restaurants, I think. It’s only been three times, but I have been nervous about it every time, and in a couple of places, the servers were not masked, either. Need to put my foot down. LOL

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