I hope you all are safe. We live in scary times. This pandemic has the world on edge. The markets are down, people are panic buying merchandise, all sorts of work places and events have been cancelled. Life is indeed changing right before our eyes. The other day my wife, daughter and myself watched Contagion. The aspect that struck me is the fear that the movie chronicled. Many of the issues we are facing today are due to people’s response to their fears.
I suspect it is too late to stop this virus. And any vaccine will take time to find and then manufacture. So people will get sick and some will die. It is scary.
That being said, I refuse to panic buy. I haven’t gone out and purchased years worth of toilet paper or pasta. I haven’t bought any more groceries than we would use in a week. I remain pleasant when dealing with fellow customers and salespeople.
My job has told me to work from home. My daughter’s job has closed. Many businesses have closed–all restaurants and bars amongst them. My gym closed this morning while I was in mid-workout. There were only six of us there. So we were practicing social distancing perfectly. But no more gym in the foreseeable future. My wife has two jobs. In the one she works from home. She used to go in two days each week, but that has stopped. Now she is at home all four days. In her other job, she now wears safety equipment as she is in contact with the public.
My investments are down 25-30%. It likely is a good time to invest as eventually they should recover to where they were thus a dollar invested today could soon be worth $1.30 which is a pretty good return.
My sister and her family are in self-isolation. So all the running around for my father has fallen on my shoulders. Were he to develop this virus, I’m certain it would be fatal. So as much as I can, I’m hoping to keep him from interacting with others.
My Queen has suggested that the experts suggest we should sleep in separate beds and that we should avoid sex. She hasn’t made me move out of the bed, but who knows what the future holds. As to sex? I will also be interested whenever she desires and that isn’t a change from where we are now! I just hope she doesn’t listen to the experts too much!
Practice social distancing. Clean your door knobs, steering wheels, and gear shifters. Wash your hands thoroughly–particularly after you’ve been out and about. Try not to touch your face! And most importantly, don’t give into fear!
On my chastity front, I am currently at 326 days since orgasm. So I am approaching a year of denial again.
This post is mostly me just rambling because of this moment. It’s historical but I’m hoping we all live to tell the tale. Stay safe everyone!