to me, back to normal, when the pandemic is over and done, to some people is scary and worrisome. the life I am living right now is normal. the pandemic never stopped me from going outside, and taking several walks a day. I was careful as to what stores I went to, which was not that many, and I always wore a mask in public and still do to this day. if I am by myself I will either lower it, or take it off, but always will pull it up, and/or put it back on. wearing a mask most of the time doesn’t bother me, though it does at times get sweaty. also I’ve got both vaccine shots, so that’s a plus.
so I live the normal in its present tense, not looking back before the pandemic, as that ship has sailed. as for the future, I’ll live it moment by moment, day by day, etc., etc., and whatever it is, is.
I got my second Pfizer vaccine shot today. So, in about two weeks, I should be 95% protected. Still will be wearing the mask, and it looks like its going to be a while, before that becomes history. Now to wake up with a sore arm in the morning, along above average glucose (sugar) readings. This time I know what to expect, as far the sugar, and other minor stuff that may happen.
Shortly afternoon time, I got my first Covid-19 vaccine shot. The second will be three weeks from now, February 2.
Now that the Coronavirus Covid-19 has showed up in the White House, is all I have to say is, “What goes around, comes around.”
The coronavirus has turned the world upside down, inside out, and will probably never be the same.
With the COVID-19 virus affecting our way of living, can we now call it “The New Normal?”
We could all use a time out, from the seemingly, neverending media barrage of the Coronavirus.
So far, I have been going about the days, and not getting myself all worked up about it.