Can’t Wait To Travel

Neighborhood fountains.

Hello May! It’s Friday and it’s a very beautiful day for a road trip. But we still have some work to do at home. I thought we will be done with all our tasks before lunchtime so we could go out of town. Nope.

My dear husband had to send over a big chunk of file to his group. My darling daughter had to do quizzes. Me? Well, I had to catch up with a few chores in the house.

Texas is re-opening selected businesses and establishments with limitation, of course, and following the State and CDC’s safety and health guidelines. We can’t wait to travel. I hope and pray this COVID-19 pandemic will soon be over.

Road Trips Are Calling

Subaru Outback 2017

This gorgeous SUV is ready for a road trip. We are ready for a road trip. We can’t wait to go on a mini vacation until this Shelter-in-Place is lifted. We have been in this “stay home” situation for about a month now. As soon as we came back from Oklahoma City after buying the Subaru Outback on the 13th of March, we were on quarantine because of the COVID-19 pandemic. No family visits, no parties with friends, no restaurant dine-ins, and no play time at the parks. And social distancing is a must with a minimum of six feet distance. All sporting and seasonal events are cancelled. Doctors’ appointments are rescheduled. It’s difficult be it’s NEEDED for our SAFETY and HEALTH. It’s a worldwide issue and we have to cooperate because we’re all in this together.

Hopefully, sooner than later, this will end so we can be with our families and friends again. We’ll be driving our Subaru Outback visiting everyone. 🙂

Road Repairs Badly Needed

After months of dealing with the difficulty in crossing and turning at the intersection because of the holes on the road, they are fixing (filling in) them now. Good because we had enough of it. I just hope the patches will last for a very long time and don’t get washed away because, you know, it’s Spring season and rains a lot in Texas in April.

Salute to the diligent workers who are doing a great job on road works. May they be safe and healthy especially in this difficult times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Take care everyone.