Monday has arrived.
Yesterday, the first day of my 3 day unweekend, weekend was quite. I drove down to York to have lunch with my friend Betsy. It is always good to spend quality time with like minds.
Justin came and mowed my lawn. He will need some direction, but then I wasn't expecting him to read my mind and know exactly what I needed done. He was pleased to tell me he's in the process of getting vaccinated. His father had Covid - bad. He's one of those who actually survived intubation, though his lungs are pretty much shot. Teeny weeny little blood clots did a job and in his weakened state he developed a heart inflammation. He has a long road to recovery.
One of the plants in my tank is flowering. Tomorrow, if the back continues to improve, there will be a thorough cleaning.
And evidently Biden's mandates about getting vaccinated or tested have driven the Republican party into a tizzy. Can't you hear their shrieks and moans? They are in a real mess. Legally, the Supreme Court has upheld such mandates in the past. They have a big problem. You see, people want their lives to go back to normal, pre-Covid, and the only way for that to happen without clogging up the hospitals with Covid patients is for people to get vaccinated. Their desperate ploy which they believed would ring loudly in the ears of a majority, is falling mostly on deaf ears, in fact they are now dealing with a backlash. This is fine. In fact. I say more power to them.