Here we are, well into November, and the holiday season is fast approaching. We can't do the normal holiday stuff this year, or can we? Now we have to figure out whether it is safe to travel across the county or the country to gather in homes with family. Do we go or not? How many is too many, in the house, at the table, in the room... Do we wear masks? Do we hug?
How long should the Thanksgiving gathering last? Do we serve the food differently? Do we put a jug of hand sanitizer right next to the gravy?
I looked for the latest COVID-19 statistics on my phone's news app, where I have reliably found that info for months, but it was nowhere to be found. Seems suddenly that's not so important. While cases supposedly are surging, the election results seem to overshadow everything else.
I'm sure that we will get plenty of advice from politicians and physicians very soon, so we can make good decisions about safely gathering.
We did family Easter celebrating by Zoom. I am not a fan. We really need to be with each other. Maybe now more than ever.
Let's be careful and wise, not spread germs, but share love. That's not easy these days.