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It’s official. We are on lockdown until the end of May. I felt like it was coming, but hearing it and having the note posted on the door was interesting. I don’t know what the note really says because I am supposed to stay in my house. I think I can still go out in my yard, but I am not really sure.

There are just many questions and I am very concerned about medications that are essential.  I would hope that people will be kind and tolerant here as those of us who can’t leave and feel trapped may spend a little more time here. 

I can’t help but be nervous. I need distractions, deep breaths and a will to survive.

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    Do you find it upsetting when people consider this a joke?

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    • The only time I really see people is if I go to the store and now I need permission to do that. Hopefully, today’s permit is delivered because Bro needs medication. Other than that I have a partial workday. They have asked we all reduce our hours to hopefully avoid massive layoffs. For me right now it’s more a mental challenge.

      My challenge is to mentally keep busy so I don’t worry. If all this hadn’t happened Bro would have been recovering from his heart surgery.

      We are here, at least on the same property. We talk on the phone at least twice a day. Life is good. We can do this.

  1. We are in a state of community quarantine. We can still go out, but there are limitations. None essential establishments are closed.

    Covid-19 continues to claim lives. So this should be considered a joke at all…

    Stay safe.

  2. We are in Spain so far until April 11th. We have the right to go to the store. I was there this morning. It’s quiet now. No panic. No queues. We split up. There’s everything in the store. The stocking craze disappeared. Take a walk in the garden. Don’t talk to anyone. And no one can forbid you to go to the pharmacy. Don’t panic. She’s a bad advisor. Courage and calm.

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