"flatten the curve" of the Covid-19 virus, has cautioned us that we must move very slowly towards
our "new normal." Until scientists know more about the virus, a hasty reopening of the province
could lead to a new surge of transmissions.
|My desk is my sanctuary spot.|
|from the Steveston Insider|
Yesterday, I ordered 2 books from Hager Books in Vancouver. I browsed online and chose Life in the Garden by Penelope Lively and The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict. Next week, I will leave Richmond for the first time in 7 weeks to pick up the books. No browsing is allowed but I will have 2 new books to read.
|Einstein's first wife was a mathematician and physicist.|
|a peaceful book|
Years ago, I attended an outdoor fitness class. We brought our own mats and hand weights, we walked, did some step exercises on curbs and climbed the stairs of the hospital parkade. I'm wondering, if a small group of 4 or 5 women could hire a trainer to lead such a group. I need peer
encouragement to exercise. With sunny days ahead, this would be a healthy and safe way to exercise.
|my "bubble" person|
This week, our minister shared communion on Youtube. I'm sure that it will be months before we can have gatherings of more than 50 people. We are coping, adapting, supporting each other and living in community although apart.
April has passed. I think that May will bring small changes in our lives. Hopefully, this week will bring fewer transmissions of the virus and allow a more people to return to their employment.