I’ve felt a rant coming on the past few days, but bear with me, I’m not even going to whine. (I hope)
I’ve decided during this pandemic, there seems to be two types of people emerging - what I call Covid Careful or Covid Casual. Unfortunately we seem to to know more Covid Casuals, with the exception of DD2 and SIL. I realize I’m more paranoid than most, but I’m still taken aback when my friends try to hug me or get too close. Why go there, even? So, basically I’m isolating, although I really need the stimulation of interaction, which isn’t safe for me.
So, just wondering if any of you have experienced the same? BTW, our friends are mask wearers and hand washers, but become too cavalier during our extremely rare social outings. Oh, and then there’s my dad who thinks he’s absolutely bulletproof with a mask and hand washing. But of course I have no control over that, as well, he lives out of state.
So how are you handling this?