Both the wife and I have...something. We don't know if it's a bad cold, the flu, or this damn virus. But we sure are being careful. I hope everyone here is staying safe, and has adequate food/essentials to get them through this current situation. I had 4 surgeries last fall, after being in the hospital for 4 days with sepsis brought on by a UTI. I was told it would take several months to get over that. Sepsis: It sure takes its toll on you. It beat me up. It's the proverbial "I got hit by a Mack Truck" thing. That, plus being in my 60's, puts me at risk now I suppose. But I'm tougher'n a two-dollar steak, it's my wife I'm more worried about right now. It's the fact that I can't get her taken care of like I could just a few short weeks ago should she get worse that worries me. I am scared of the long term impact of this whole thing, the health crisis, and the societal crisis as well. Even when this passes, our "normal" will never be what it was. I miss my friends and family. Please, everyone, take care of yourselves. I'd like to see us able to get back to having our ENS; our get togethers. Prayers for us all seems like a good thing right now.