Thursday, March 19, 2020

Wheel Spinning Faster

Ostara Tarot ~ Wheel

 66 coronavirus deaths among 1,187 confirmed cases in Washington.  Netflix streamers are breaking the internet, hard to work from home if you can't get online. That is our normal here, but probably new to a lot of city people.

Our president is taking credit for private companies stepping forward to create needed medical supplies. No surprise there. I expect he is still privately shouting democrat hoax.

Rob said he candy and noodle shelves were stripped, the soup and cracker shelves were fully stocked. I'm sympathizing with the 100's of 1000's of people suddenly with families to feed 24/7 trying to stock up for home life. And the clerks who are expected to be at work.
The Wheel is  spinning very fast now, we can hardly keep up with it.

5 comments:

  1. I've got sponsees who depend on meetings to stay clean and sober who now can't. Friends who have young children with no place to put them while they work for the paycheck they depend on. We desperately need to stay connected as we distance ourselves and encourage those who are overwhelmed.

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    1. China warned Italy today they aren't doing nearly enough, people are still going out to eat and hang out. Their infection and death rate has surpassed China's now. I'm thinking of the folk on dialysis, those in the middle of radiation treatments, I had to go out every day for that. It wouldn't be the give and take of meetings, but I'm guessing there are streaming online meetings popping up now, like they are streaming funerals. Any straw in the wind, grab it!

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    2. Yes, the internet is helpful when it works (we get overloaded here and everything crashes during the day, but mornings are good). We've got tight restrictions here - restaurants can only do drive-thru or delivery, all group meetings of any kind are banned, grocery stores and such are allowed 25 percent capacity. This thing is going to take some sacrifice.

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  2. Interesting times we are living. The local news added that gun sales are up and they are limiting the boxes of bullets people can buy. Now that is scary. Probably more than the novelvirus.

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    1. back in the woods, further back than us :) we have what we've always referred to as Sunday Shooters. Semi-automatics, and they shoot most of the day, now on Saturdays too. They have to be doing their own reloading, no one could afford that many bullets!

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