When I wrote my post on how I was doing on March 29, I didn’t think I would be doing a part two of how I was coping with this.
I want to know why the virus from hell is still here with us.
Why are we here in New York City leading the nation with the most cases, sometimes switching places with New Orleans?
This virus is like a renewal of a very bad tv show or a gosh awful movie thst doesn’t need a sequel.
I’m not even going to get into who started it, what government didn’t do what, I just don’t care anymore and I’ve stopped watching news reports about it.
To be honest, I have gotten to the point where I don’t care if it started in Wuhan , China , West Bubblepuck, West Virginia or even West of Whiskey, Kentucky.
This virus is here and it’s like that relative that just doesn’t want to leave.
That’s how I feel about Covid-19.
It’s time for you to go already.
I would be lying if I said I didn’t miss watching my sports.
I am the Sports Diva , after all.
Seriously though, I don’t miss my sports as much as I thought I would .
What I do miss a lot though, is doing a 30 Plus Teams Tour of somewhere to WATCH a sporting event and do other things.
Yes, I am missing telling you all about what’s in my suitcase .
I can’t say that I’m bored though.
There’s videos to watch, music to download, reading other folks blogs, laundry, cleaning ,cooking, eating ,and drinking non alcoholic and alcoholic drinks, sometimes both together.
I go for walks still just to break up the monotony , still with my trusty mask and gloves with me.
When I return back home, gloves and masks go in the garbage where they should be, not on the the sidewalks or in the bushes where some peeps who didn’t get the memo on staying safe, just leave them.
I also spray everything, including the coat or jacket I wore, as well as the doors and hallway.
Then I wash my hands with warm water and soap.
I can only imagine what people who work in essential businesses have to go through .
This is harder on them and their families than it is on me.
This is a new “normal” that I thought I would never see in my country, let alone in my city in my lifetime .
This should have been over by now, but, unfortunately , it’s not, and life must go on as the cases in New York City especially seem to go higher and higher.
I still wish this virus from hell and the horse they rode in on would just go somewhere far, like to the moon or something .
I don’t want to write another blog post titled coping with the virus from hell part three.
I don’t know if I can cope with it.