Bugging Us

Thankfully, COVID-19 hasn’t inflicted its nastiness on us, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t bugging us. We live a pretty low profile anyway, and we’re in a less-affected area (though under the more and more common “stay at home” order), so that has made it oddly comfortable.

That’s probably why, in this particular community, so many people are ignoring the six-feet apart rule. We’ll find ourselves in the grocery store or out exercising in a local park, dodging and weaving to keep our distance from others. We wear gloves. We’ll start wearing bandanas over our faces.

We miss our occasional restaurant meal…

… but when Bob bought a pressure cooker, his already amazing meals became melt-in-your-mouth miracles. On this particular day, we had veggies, bean soup and lobster tails. Mmm!

Bob’s been cooking and target shooting and taking care of business (doing our taxes, helping out with a project at the park where we’re staying, among a million other things).

I’ve been making bracelets. Here’s just one. It has little glass chili peppers sticking out:

And I’ve been celebrating the publication of my newest book. It’s another Rollin RV Mystery, featuring Walt and Betty Rollin, full-time RVers sucked up again into a who-dunnit.

Who knows? Maybe the next Rollin RV Mystery will involve an infectious virus or something….

We hope you and yours are safe and healthy, finding ways to stay active and virus-free!

About Ellen

Fiction writer and photographer, I travel the country with my sweetheart of a husband as a "full-time RVer."
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7 Responses to Bugging Us

  1. Congratulations on your latest book! Glad to hear you are well. Stay safe and take care.

  2. Ron Kleven says:

    Congratulations on the new book. I will read it for sure.

  3. So glad you and Bob are well — “Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to stay that way!” (Remember that line?)
    Hey, congrats on the new book. I’m heading to Amazon to get a copy. As always,

    Happy Trails!

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