'The way to get started is to quit talking
and begin doing.'
~ Walt Disney
|Our world recently on Cape Ann MA.|
'They' have closed the bigger beaches, the parks and playgrounds, the malls, the restaraunts, with 'Stay Home highly advised)
so now most people are coming to the Boulevard.
With Zoe with an injured leg, we will avoid the areas and
stay close to home for 3 or 4 weeks with gentle exercise (Dr.'s orders) also grateful that she doesn't need surgery.
Fortunately, we enjoyed our walks all winter with minimal
public invasion so am grateful ~
We are linking with: Our World Tuesday
We love your comments, thanks, ^_^
|'artmusedog' aka zoe|
I hope you and Zoe get to enjoy the beach walks before you know it.ReplyDelete
Praying she is better soon. And yes, some places are so crowded, you can't keep space between you and the others.ReplyDelete
It is very nice to hear that you are having beautiful walks with Zoe. I pray that she be well and free from any pain due to her injured leg. Please stay safe Carol and sending hugs from the Philippines!ReplyDelete
Wonder if during the week the crowds are smaller. I noticed here - weekend gets busy along the trails which we stay away from then....but during the week hardly anybody around out by the lakes. Hope you can get easy walks until all is healed with Zoe.ReplyDelete
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Aw poor Zoe... but maybe for the best, actually... that doesn't look like social distancing is quite working down there!!! YAM xx
Oh my, I bet you feel like your territory has been invaded! It doesn't appear that anyone has a mask on either. Be careful out there.ReplyDelete
Hello, I wish Zoe a speedy recovery. Looks like a dog beach, everyone out for exercise.ReplyDelete
Take care, stay well! Wishing you a great week ahead!
Grateful she doesn’t need surgery, too! Stay safe and well! Oh, those silly people!!!ReplyDelete
Good news for Zoe.ReplyDelete
Keep that baby well, and enjoy the beach if you can.ReplyDelete
Sending healing thoughts for sweet Zoe, you are smart to stay well away from that crowd.ReplyDelete
Sending healing thoughts and love to sweet Zoe. Glad to know she doesn't need surgery. Yes, best to stay away from all the people and their pups right now. Some of our park areas are getting a bit crowded (I'm not going- saw it on our local news) and so I imagine it won't be long before they are closed. Stay well. XOReplyDelete
Crazy times. Poor Zoe!ReplyDelete
Carol - it's a bit shocking to see a picture with people in it! Glad Zoe is on the mend! Enjoy the rest of your week!ReplyDelete
That looks far too crowded to be safe. Hope Zoe is backto full strength soon.ReplyDelete