Until it happens to you
It’s a sunny day, so we get out of the house and drive to our favourite shopping area to get a to-go coffee — sidewalks packed with people, only one in 10 wearing a mask, and no concern for social distancing that we could see.
So we gave it up and drove home.
I don’t think that’s what Dr. Bonnie Henry meant when she suggested that people get out and about.
As my grandfather used to say: “You don’t think it will happen to you until it happens to you.”
Ray Arnold, Richmond