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We don’t hear that term much…” flatten the curve”. We should get back to using it and making it happen. Europe will be great to see again, in the meantime, I will enjoy my mountains. I agree, the old saying, “Good things come to those who wait.” Is true on many levels and applies to so many things.
As for traveling, I’m not scared to do it and have already traveled, albeit less than normal. Seeing as how a person in the US is 6x more likely to die in a traffic accident than COVID, I’m not going to let it dictate my life. The figures can be easily looked up 200k covid deaths and 1.25M traffic accident deaths (mostly related to texting/driving). So cell phones are more dangerous than this virus, so maybe we should do a cell phone shut-down and see how many more people are alive. Exactly. The last two days alone demonstrate the differences between the candidates. One is taking briefings and showing eager interest into Covid, the economy etc, showing leadership. The other is whining on Twitter saying very pro-democracy things like stop the count, filing lawsuits. Patience in waiting for election returns in a new era of masses voting by mail. The media has us spoiled calling elections based on precincts counted. That time is over and we are back to the era of Dewey v Truman. Yes, patience is a virtue. We learn that when first dealing with younger siblings, and certainly as parents it becomes almost a survival skill. Travel certainly requires one to be patient and accepting of unforseen events and delays.