5:28 am. I’ve said many times I’m a morning person, so seeing these clock numbers is not unheard of, but being up at this hour for today’s reason is a definite first for me.
Mister is stirring in the bedroom and is about to join me which is even more unusual.
We’re not up because we’re sick, headed to a doctor, going on a trip, picking someone up at a airport, nothing like that.
We’re taking Covid-19 serious, but this I actually found funny. Well, I don’t think I chuckled the instant I threw the warm cozy blanket off and rolled out of bed.
It’s Wednesday, March 18, a coffee sits beside me as I start this post which I will finish later.
What are we up to? We’re headed for groceries.
A store in a nearby Town is opening at 7:00am, a hour early for seniors and vulnerable people to shop during the Covid-19 social distancing.
We live about a half hour drive from this town, and I shouldn’t be in public without at least one cup of coffee so that’s why I’m up long before the sun today.
We appreciate the store doing this, and hopefully we find the pork chops and few other things on our list.
The store wasn’t as crowded as we were expecting which was nice.
Experts say don’t touch your face, eyes or mouth when out in public, so of course standing in line I got something in my eye. Not wanting to use my finger and thinking I’m smart I took off my glasses and used the arm tip to rub my eye. Than I was like, wait, when was the last time I cleaned that part of my glasses. Needless to say, I stopped what I was doing and tried to clear my vision by blinking alone.
I won’t bore you with details, but we came home with everything on our list. We should be set to hunker in for awhile once again.
With all coffee and crafting get-togethers here canceled for now it’s a good time to dig out some tucked away projects. Maybe after a nap though.
Have you been having trouble finding or getting out for supplies?
What are you doing to ward off boredom?