I don’t usually hit my favorite Mexican restaurant on Cinco de Mayo; I leave it to the amateurs.After all, I don’t need an excuse to go.But, some friends wanted to go last night and I’m glad we did.We sat outside and the patio was busy.It was a great evening!Then, there was the drive home…on A1A…with obliterated obstacle posts in the crosswalks.
IN A HANDBASKET will take us back to Dallas where that salon owner has been hit hard for opening her business.The good news is that the federal government is going after states that are violating rights of people in THE RONA lock down. It’s reported that nearly half of all small business could close because of the lock down measures.Is it just possible that online education for some kids is better than it was for them in school?
In hour 3 of this National Nurses Day we’ll talk with County Commissioner Kristine Isnardi who has a duel role in this pandemic.Kristine is a nurse who recently obtained her doctorate in nursing and she’s been working the front lines.She has also had to deal with how Brevard responds to the situation.Having both of those jobs gives her unique perspective on where we are and where we’re going.
MEME of the Day:
I have the urge to sit on a park bench and drink blue Kool-Aid out of a Windex bottle with a plastic straw!
THE BATTING ORDER
In a Handbasket:
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