We are looking at pretty much still being staying at home until June at least.
I miss the kids, the grandkids, the great grandkids, Hubby's parents and my brother... but reality is they take too many chances of getting covid that I am not willing to risk getting around them much. So I will be wearing a mask probably for the rest of this year. I am okay with that.
Hubby's sister in law has lung damage from Covid, my own sister in law does also. Both thought they were being safe enough but did not acknowledge that the "bubble" of their group was more than they thought. Example, daughter 2's bubble is her man, their 5 boys. Those 5 boys have other parents and siblings. Those other parents have their bubbles of family and those kids have "girlfriends/ boyfriends/ hang out friends... and they all came down with covid. My daughter put out on FB "to all my family and friends except Mom and Dad, we have covid. Why? because even the one time we were there I insisted we all wear our masks and we did a drop off and leave. We sprayed our clothes with Lysol before getting in the car. Washed our hands with hand sanitizer and put the masks in a plastic sandwich bag , sealed it and then resanitizered our hands. Maybe extreme but she didn't worry about us getting it.
Our supplies are low in some areas of non food but not wiped out. I can tell we have ate at home more as I am low on dishwasher soap.I should have 8 bottles (we were averaging 1 bottle a month precovid) and I have 4. I have 1 bag of peas, one bag of peas and carrots, no broccoli or cauliflower. That's okay. I have plenty of green tomato slices and asparagus (which will be in within 2 months) instead. Green beans and regular beets are low.
I might not need as much flour as M asked if she could bake a loaf of bread every 7-10 days for us instead of me baking as their chickens are still not laying much more than what they used. Even though we have said she does not need to ,she insists on doing it because we let them harvest ice out of the pond.
I do pray we can open businesses safely. I know half of the kids and almost all of the grandkids are struggling to make ends meet.