Life has changed, and I am changing with it...
So the media has made this into a real circus,
and yes we are doing our part to stay away from
everything and everyone. Even so, the hype is sure wearing
me out. And no, I am not taking it lightly. I have never
experienced anything similar to what's happening
right now, and I hope and pray I never will.
Life as we knew it suddenly no longer is.
People are terrified of their neighbors. Yes,
terrified of catching the virus.
Take Arvid for instance. He claims he holds
his breath when he has to be close to or has to pass
close by to another person. That's a little crazy.
As you can see the roads are empty of cars.
There is no problem following the social distancing
protocol we we go for our walks. It's eerie to see
almost no one around. It's just not "normal" but
what is "normal" today's world anyways?
Currently Port Everglades is caught in a dilemma.
The question is what is considered the right thing to do?
If you let the ship dock, you expose the population to the
virus, on the other hand if you don't you "watch" them die.
So what do you do? I know what I would do.
I would try to save every last person, even knowing
I would put myself at risk. Is that the wisest thing? I don't
know, but then how do I live with myself afterwards,
knowing I could have helped and did nothing?
Good morning everyone. We are all living through
something we never imagined. Hope the liquor cabinet
is stocked, if not now would be a good time before that shuts
down as well. Stay safe, stay calm and stay positive.
Life is about change. Sometimes it's beautiful.
Sometimes it's painful. But most of the time it's both.
Life has no remote. Get up and change it yourself...