So the president thinks he’s qualified to give medical advice…
We will get through this
All across America, many corporations — especially those staffed with well-paid lawyers — have seen an opportunity not to pay suppliers, not to honor contracts or, simply, to invoke a delay of indeterminate length to the performance of contractual responsibilities. How?
‘The Earth is our environment to protect and the garden to tend to.” That’s what Pope Francis said on Earth Day five years ago, in 2015. It was a different time then.
If there’s a silver lining to the past six weeks of restrictions on activity related to the COVID-19/coronavirus, it’s the response of Office for the Aging (OFA) and Dutchess Responds volunteers to meet the needs of the county’s seniors. It’s been impressive, and then some.
Don’t litter, remember Earth Day
I just did my “Earth Day/Trashersize” clean-up on Gay Road, Millerton.
I filled a kitchen-size trash bag in one small area. This was not difficult and the satisfaction of seeing the outcome was worth the effort.
The truth will always come out. Or so we always thought. Human beings, raised on a diet of disparate cultures, different ethics and moral evaluation (often from unique religions), always need time to adjust to one another. We all need time to talk.
As our days of confinement extend into weeks, I’ve been remembering when those of us of a certain age, (i.e., old,) were confined to home and bed for what seemed like an eternity as we recovered from measles, chicken pox, whooping cough and other childhood diseases.