#WednesdayWisdom: Broaden

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The world feels a little different now that I’m fully vaccinated, and it doesn’t seem life threatening to do even small things I wouldn’t have done months ago. For example.

I ran into a friend who lives in my building yesterday. She’s just redone her bathroom, and I went with her to see it.

Small thing, really, just popping in to look at her lovely new bathroom. But this time last year, it could have proven deadly.

I don’t buy into the people who are saying if you’re vaccinated it’s like the pandemic doesn’t exist. Not only are they not qualified to make that call, it’s facially not true. There’s a lot they don’t know about the efficacy of vaccination, especially with the variants which were fueled by these exact same people.

But I do think we can broaden our horizons a little. Spend time with others we wouldn’t have. I’m not ready for restaurants, but take out feels OK to me.

See what feels OK with you.

I’ll continue to mask up, though, I’m not sure when I’ll feel comfortable not doing it.

And with that, I’m moving on to Wednesday. Have a great day.


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