I'm sure that pretty much everyone out there in the world has someone who is working on the front lines during this pandemic. Whether it be in the medical field, grocery stores or as delivery driver of some sort. Well, I have an uncle who works at Costco and has been working there all through this COVID stuff.
Since my uncle is around so many people everyday I'm not able to visit with him like I used to and that makes me sad, especially because we are pretty close. He has come over a few times but he stands outside with his mask on and we stand inside the house talking through the slider screen. I can't hug him, climb on him (he's pretty tall) or even steal his phone like I used to. It definitely feels weird.
I know all of this is temporary but it feels like it has been forever since I've been able to be with family and it feels like there is no end in sight. Some people tell us that we should still see family and friends but we are taking this seriously. The last thing we want is to pass this virus to any of my grandparents or great grandparents. If staying home is going to keep my loved ones safe then home is where we'll stay. Good thing we have FaceTime.
Do you have family on the front lines? How do you feel about it?
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