Share Your World — 9th August

<a href="http://&lt;!– wp:heading {"level":5} –> <h5><em>Dear friends, it is time Blogging Insights got a makeover. </em></h5> <!– /wp:heading –> <!– wp:heading {"level":5} –> <h5><em>I am abandoning the Q & A format. In the new format I will post a quote about blogging or writing and ask you to express your opinion about it. </em></h5> <!– /wp:heading –> <!– wp:heading {"level":5} –> <h5><em>Today's quote:</em></h5> Melanie always has new questions for us, some serious, some fun


Restrictions are being lifted all over the world.  Do you feel it’s safe to go out and mingle in crowds in light of the Pandemic?

I feel the removal of restrictions is premature. We are still at risk of the delta variant as well as other possible ones.

We need to be careful still. In Pakistan, there is still a ban on dining in at restaurants. Mask policy is enforced in all shops, offices and public places.

What are some things that are okay to do occasionally,  but definitely not okay to do every day?

Binge watching of T. V. Shows especially Netflix.

Would you relocate for love (romantic or otherwise)?

Although I have never had to but I probably would if faced with this kind of decision.

Do you believe in any conspiracy theories (no judgment)?

Oh yes ! I am a great believer in them. I choose to believe the sensational version of real life events like Princess Diana’s “accident “

9 thoughts on “Share Your World — 9th August

  1. Thank you Tanya for Sharing Your World! 🙂 I agree with both of you, it’s not safe. And yet the majority of folks in the USA think Covid is a ‘hoax’ and have mostly completely discarded all precautions. Large groups of people are gathering in public places (like restaurants, parks, movie theater and so forth) with huge groups of more people there. I think they’re nuts. Delta variant hasn’t ‘hit’ Utah very hard (yet) but the first case has been reported and I know there will be more. Me? I got my mask out, I have two new ones (with filters) arriving tomorrow, and I’m wearing them every time I have to go some place public. For me? That’s the safest!
    I’ve done the binge watching thing and you’re right. That isn’t a good idea ALL the time…I once stayed up until 4 a.m. to finish some series and find out what happened. What happened was another cliff hanger! 😦 Not worth the brain fog the next day!
    I detect a touch of sarcasm in the conspiracy theory answer, but some folks are deadly serious about some of those things, and will react badly if questioned. Even if the conspiracy is blatantly false. 😉 It’s all good! 🙂

    Have a great week!

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  2. I am so glad you belong to the group of people who are taking Covid precautions even though their governments have called them off.

    I wasn’t being sarcastic about conspiracy theories. I used to scoff at them when I was younger.As I grow old, life”s experiences have proved them true in many instances.

    Thanks for the interesting questions.


  3. Our provincial government has lifted pretty much all restrictions and what they have left intact will not do much to keep the variants from spreading. Since hubby and I have had both our shots I do not feel terribly apprehensive, but I am proceeding with caution.

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    1. Some variants such as the infamous Delta, are transmissible even in vaccinated individuals.
      The risk depends on other factors like age , body weight, underlying medical conditions etc.
      So it’s better to be safe than sorry.

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