Due to intense brain fog, all of my thoughts have been canceled until further notice. There you are again, wading through that mental fog. I once tried to grab fog, but I mist. Truth is we need fog to remind us that all of life is not black and white.

Yesterday you did nothing, and today you’re finishing what you did yesterday. Oh, no. Being stuck in this Rona rut is truly a recipe for disaster. Things have gone so insanely off course that we cannot simply get over it. You’re drained mentally, done emotionally, and exhausted physically. The government’s “solution” to a problem is most often worse than the problem itself.

Stay safe.” After all, one cough can change your life, they say. Ah, yes – the phrase that is being flung at you by everyone, including the local cashier. Of course, they may mean well. We have been thoroughly convinced how utterly unsafe we are. So as considerate as it sounds, it can’t help but serve as a reminder of how at risk you may be. For some, that saying itself triggers anxiety and fear.

Did you just stumble into a political virtue signal, or was that sequined designer mask a fashion statement? You may believe that masks are not remotely effective – even harmful – or conversely that others aren’t taking restrictions seriously enough. There are cities already installing mask cams for the alleged “violators.” Needless to say, not all are by any means comfortable with the slippery slope of governmental intrusion and control they are witnessing.

All caught up in “Corona”? It’s no wonder, with everyone spouting, “Stay safe” everywhere you go. Instead of constantly reminding everyone that they are supposedly in constant danger and “unsafe,” radiate positivity to brighten an unsuspecting person’s day. Making others happy is one of the best ways to brighten up your own world.