In a normal pre-COVID-19 world, September would find children starting a new school year, college football practice would be in full swing, and those well-attended Homecoming games would fill the air on college campuses with cheers, boos, and happy screams. Not so, this year.
September denotes the beginning of autumn, when tourists normally take trips through states such as Michigan, Vermont, and New Hampshire to gaze at the lovely colors of the changing leaves. Hotels would be overflowing with guests. Cars filled with families would be touring highways in droves. Less, this year.
Labor Day barbecues would find dozens of people gathered together to enjoy the last great holiday weekend of the summer. Grandparents Day would be observed with grandchildren hugging their grandparents while their own parents stood by and smiled. Keeping masked and six-feet apart is not so celebratory.
Everything changes, it seems. As the pandemic races back and forth across the United States, we should all do our best to keep everyone safe. Will this end? Who knows, but keeping healthy, active, and happy will bring us back to normal someday. I hope.
In the meantime, read a book and escape. such as downloading the ebook prequel to my Clan of Dragons series, Shimmer: The Beginning at Amazon and many other on-line book stores. Give it a try and escape to a world of fantasy, fairies, dragons, and romance. Stay safe!
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