Dealing with the Covid Virus — 7 Comments

  1. Hello, I am glad you are doing well. I loved all your photos, the horses are beautiful and the eagles and owl are great sightings. Stay safe and well. Have a great day!

  2. Glad to hear from you as we have been wondering what your are doing during this very strange time. For us the only major life change is no dog sports. Mom works from home always anyway, and we are not out and about much except with our sports and dog friends so it isn’t a big change. The stores are getting better. The fools are not hoarding as much thankfully. Stay safe and enjoy your peace that you have been practicing for years.

  3. Your photos are such a welcoming distraction from the events of the world. Everyone should know about them and share them. I certainly will. Thank you.

  4. Glad to hear all is well! We are hunkered down too… and thanking God everyday we are in a beautiful place to do so here in AZ! You all take care!

    Thank you for the gorgeous captures… I needed a mental health boost!

    Stay safe!

  5. I’m an introvert anyway, so social distancing comes easy for me! Things are pretty normal here on the farm. Both hubby and I are still working (I only go out of the home for work two days/week and come in to contact with very few people when I do!!). Hubby’s in the grocery industry so he’s working extra hours, which I’m not thrilled about, he’s been tired. All this crazy hoarding has caused that, and I hope it settles down soon.
    What a beautiful place you have to distance!! I enjoyed the wildlife photos very much, and have been enjoying the little owlets on FB too. :)

  6. Yes, social distancing in cities is a bit more difficult that in the desert, I bet. But so far I have been able to deal with it quite OK. At least I am not sick yet – and I am glad to read that neither are you. But, yes, it’s all surreal, isn’t. Stay safe, Mary.

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