We are living in depressing times as the Corona Virus spreads around the world and takes it’s grim toll on both the sick, on those making heroic efforts to try to help them, and the rest of us huddling inside our homes hoping to limit the spread of the disease. Although our personal quarantine is over, our life really isn’t much different, because we continue our isolation, except for the rare excursions to pick up needed supplies.
It doesn’t help much that the early spring hasn’t much to offer except rain, slush, ice, and mud. There is an urge to be outside as the temperatures become milder, but besides our walk with the dog, there is little for us to do out there until the snow disappears. So I read, watch TV, and play the guitar, and wonder when, or if, life will ever get back to the way they used to be.
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