It's becoming pretty clear. Keep our economy shut down is not sustainable. State governments are not collecting tax revenue and the flow of money from Washington cannot continue without destroying our monetary system. So this weekend I accepted the current miserable situation and started to plan for better days ahead. Watching my grandson Christopher in his jumper has become a daily ritual for me. He loves jumping and laughing while we watch. It's a joy to watch the smile on his face. He knows he is loved. I enjoyed Miss Gracie too. She told me it was time to start planting flowers in the garden on Saturday. So on Sunday we went to my favorite local garden shop in Matamoras and bought some beautiful impatiens. Gracie will be helping me plant them in the backyard in a few weeks. I also bought pool chemicals from my friends at Paradise Pools and Spas in Hamburg. I called in my order and it was outside when I got there. Via Zoom I went to church on my couch Sunday morning. Sorry Zoom lovers, it's just not the same as being there. I also did the family's food shopping for the week on Saturday. Many people are trying to steal baby formula these days. I had to ask customer service to open the case for me at Montague Shop Rite. Then they opened a register to check me out with my half full shopping cart. I couldn't even touch the formula until it was paid for. Of course, the lane they opened up was an express lane used for 10 items or less. I had more than 10 items. Which prompted some guy who should have been minding his own business to call my attention to the sign on the check out lane. I raised my voice and told him that I was doing what the store employees told me to do. I yelled I'm "special" because I was buying baby formula. Too many people think they have a right to boss people they don't know around because of this virus. I'm getting really tired of it!