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Breathing fresh air
Author: Raine    Date: 05/18/2020 13:11:42

Welcome to Monday.

I hope everyone had a nice weekend and is doing well this morning. In case you missed it, or want to watch again, here is a sweet breath of fresh air.



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10 comments (Latest Comment: 05/18/2020 15:46:28 by Will in Chicago)
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Comment by Will in Chicago on 05/18/2020 13:21:03
Good morning, bloggers!!

There is no title on today's blog.

I missed this as I was busy working on a few things. I am in the last stretch at work.

Comment by wickedpam on 05/18/2020 13:36:17
Morning

Watched that too

Comment by Raine on 05/18/2020 13:39:09
Quote by Will in Chicago:
Good morning, bloggers!!

There is no title on today's blog.

I missed this as I was busy working on a few things. I am in the last stretch at work.

Title is there now.

Comment by TriSec on 05/18/2020 14:27:08
Greetings, comrades.

We eagerly await missives from Beacon Hill today, but Mayor Walsh (D-MA) and Governor Baker (R-MA) are already in disagreement.

Parts of the state may tentatively re-open tomorrow (churches, more retail, construction, manufacturing), but the Mayor states Boston won't re-open until June 1, and limiting buildings to just 10% capacity.

We'll see how this plays out - in all honesty, there has not been a "D" or "R" in local politics or leadership since the crisis began, they've been pretty much walking arm-in-arm (metaphorically, of course).

Leave it to Massachusetts. Isn't that the way it should be in a national crisis? As always, your mileage may vary.



Comment by Raine on 05/18/2020 15:04:17
Quote by TriSec:
Greetings, comrades.

We eagerly await missives from Beacon Hill today, but Mayor Walsh (D-MA) and Governor Baker (R-MA) are already in disagreement.

Parts of the state may tentatively re-open tomorrow (churches, more retail, construction, manufacturing), but the Mayor states Boston won't re-open until June 1, and limiting buildings to just 10% capacity.

We'll see how this plays out - in all honesty, there has not been a "D" or "R" in local politics or leadership since the crisis began, they've been pretty much walking arm-in-arm (metaphorically, of course).

Leave it to Massachusetts. Isn't that the way it should be in a national crisis? As always, your mileage may vary.

There are at least 3 counties in Maryland that are not opening up with the the Governopr. We are one of them, and I am grateful for tht.


Comment by livingonli on 05/18/2020 15:06:00
Good morning. Just waiting for the aides to finish making my bed before the nurse has to change my dressing.

Comment by TriSec on 05/18/2020 15:31:23
We've just been advised that we'll be "Phase 3" (arts, entertainment, museums, etc.) That's going to put us out about another 6 weeks, if the phases hold to schedule.



Comment by Raine on 05/18/2020 15:32:48
Holy hell.










Comment by Will in Chicago on 05/18/2020 15:43:36
Quote by Raine:
Quote by TriSec:
Greetings, comrades.

We eagerly await missives from Beacon Hill today, but Mayor Walsh (D-MA) and Governor Baker (R-MA) are already in disagreement.

Parts of the state may tentatively re-open tomorrow (churches, more retail, construction, manufacturing), but the Mayor states Boston won't re-open until June 1, and limiting buildings to just 10% capacity.

We'll see how this plays out - in all honesty, there has not been a "D" or "R" in local politics or leadership since the crisis began, they've been pretty much walking arm-in-arm (metaphorically, of course).

Leave it to Massachusetts. Isn't that the way it should be in a national crisis? As always, your mileage may vary.

There are at least 3 counties in Maryland that are not opening up with the the Governopr. We are one of them, and I am grateful for tht.


In Lake Couinty, Indiana -- just across the border from Chicago and Cook County, Illinois -- restaurants are now open . I am hoping that we do not see a resurgence of corona virus cases.

Comment by Will in Chicago on 05/18/2020 15:46:28
Quote by Raine:
Holy hell.











This would be a major scandal in any other administration. This is what I expect from the GOP leadership in Congress.