We went to Walmart yesterday. Saw a few masks and gloves, but for the most part, people seemed content wiping down their carts. We picked up cherry tomatoes, a bag of potatoes, the bubbly sweet water TBG is so fond of, a BIG bag of cat food, a couple boxes of wet foot and while he was checking out the fire logs (they didn't have any Duraflames - alas), I found all the fabric I needed for my next big quilting project. I was overjoyed. Didn't check out the TP situation, but I saw people with packs of it in their shopping cart. Cleaning supplies were down, but if you weren't choosy, there was anything you needed.
After that, we decided to stop by Home Depot. Because of the contractors still on the job, it is staying open. It shares a parking lot with In N Out Hamburgers and that line stretched all the way back to the freeway, then it snaked through their parking lot. They aren't losing any business!
Home Depot was pretty busy, too, for a weekday. I got a new pot to replace the one that the palm shattered (too big for its britches), some marigolds and two new hanging plants. My hope is to replant everything today, along with getting some seeds in the ground. We'll see.
Work wise, well, I've gotten the new list for next year's sustaining members all ready. I've verified names against my call sheet, so it's looking good. I've exchanged e mails or texts with everyone (and they me), so I'm not feeling quite so left out.
Jeff is happy as his daughters are coming today and staying through Tuesday. Barb is grumpy and complains that the governor is over-reacting and everything is fine. So far our county of 745,000+ has 66 cases and none of those are in Stockton. It does seem like we are over-reacting, but it's not our call to make. The more the Governor talks, the more respect I have for him. He definitely was the right man for the job.
I hope everyone out there is holding it together. *hugs*