Now more than ever, with Covid so embedded within the territory, I try and take extreme care when venturing out in public. I leave home for only the most urgent of reasons, timing my departure from and return to the safety and security of our abode. Covid impresses upon me the fact that nothing can be taken for granted and that extreme care and caution must be exercised every day.
Rents are skyhigh, setting renters back many hundreds of dollars each week. Might it not be better for rent payments to be expressed as costing ‘X number of dollars per hour’. That might sound more palatable and be easier to swallow.
I often wish we lived in the more simple, straightforward and ‘common sense’ compliant world that existed in my growing up days of the 1950’s and 60’s. During those years (and later) vaccination programs and other health measures necessary for common good. There was no unnecessary fuss perpetrated by ‘anti’ persons wanting to big note themselves. These Covid times cause me to yearn for the attitudes people had in these