We’re only 3 and a half months in and what an epic year it’s been, so far. It can only get better right? Let’s hope.
2020, the year everything stopped, literally…EVERYTHING.
The year schools closed. Graduations cancelled. Weddings postponed, some cancelled, some went on with a slight change of plans.
People started hoarding toilet paper. For reasons I’m still not clear on. FYI, panic hoarding has moved to pasta, dried beans and rice. Seriously, go try to buy a bag dried limas. You can’t.
What is now norm….
Waiting in lines to get into the grocery store, or Walmart, what ever is your preference. Wearing masks everywhere you go, including the bank. Whoever thought you would walk into a bank wearing a mask and no one calls the FBI. Strange times we live in.
Curbside pick up for food you would normally eat INSIDE your favorite restaurants. We did this last night, when you have to have Mexican food you will do anything to get it, am I right? Yes, I think I am.
Grocery workers now being considered “essential workers” and now being thanked for doing our jobs rather than being yelled at for doing our jobs (You’re welcome)
I mean seriously, if it weren’t for us grocery workers you wouldn’t have toilet paper.
The year hospital ships are docked in 2 major shipping ports in the US to help take stress off of the hospitals and the amazing healthcare workers who put their lives on the line daily to care for the sick and dying. Thank you, you incredible heroes for your selfless dedication to the care of others.
The year central park was turned into a field hospital to help in the care of those sick in NYC.
The year churches were closed. We now stream our services and can go to church in our pjs.
So many things, I could go on forever.
Welcome to the covidverse.