Covid, I’m done.

I’ll follow the rules, I’ll play the game, but I’m done caring about covid. If I get sick, it’s just going to be plain old sick. Covid sick is no different than any other sickness.

i’ll wear a mask, I’ll follow all the rules, but deep down inside, I don’t care anymore.

To me, it seems no worse, no more transmittable than any other sickness. It’s going to be here forever and it’s time to end the special treatment and lump it in with other everyday occurrences like the common cold, allergies, broken shoelaces and fender benders.

I’ll get more shots, wear the mask, take the tests. I’ll go with the flow and cooperate all I can but I don’t care if I get it and I don’t think it’s going to hurt me worse than anything else if I do.

Hasta maƱana!

7 thoughts on “Covid, I’m done.

  1. I know exactly how you feel about covid….same here. If I get it, so be it.
    I skimmed thru your blog just now, how envious I am of your lifestyle.
    Also read your profile as such….my husband (long ago!) was schooled for the Navy at Great Lakes. He was IC man aboard 3 ships in his stint.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and taking time to leave a comment. Nice to “meet” you.

    Oh, and ps… Love the rays on your wall!!

  2. I think we all have to do that. It’s time to move on but still wise to follow the recommendations. Everything is open and operating normal here. We still have to wear masks on pubic transit and when entering stores and that’s ok. Got all tje shots so we should be fine. I think people are nervous because its been two years without normalcy in our lives. Enjoy your day!

  3. I’m with you, Mark; masks, shots, avoid crowds, etc. Foolishly, in the lull between the outbreaks, we booked a cruise. Supposed to visit G.C. in early Feb but now we have been told that cruise ships are barred unless G.C. is the first stop on the itinerary. BTW, I’m a loooong-time reader-love your dive pictures!

  4. I just read that people who have had Covid-19 are 233% more likely to die of something else in the next 10 months than people that haven’t had it. THat’s not a percentage I want to mess with.

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