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Uncertain times

These are uncertain times, we already lost another restaurant. We have been living in stagnation Phase since March 25. Until now the more we stay in Phase 2, we will never recover if we continue living in fear. We need to move forward or more businesses will close.

Spokane is becoming a ghost town. I’m sick of masks. And being told that I have to wear one when I am exempt. Many people want to return to normal. They are concerned about the outcome and the future ahead. If this continues as is, it looks grim. And like a lot of people worried about the results of the election.

I am also saddened that Christmas is going virtual this year. If this is the new normal, there is nothing normal about it. Social distancing, face masks, being told where to stand or sit, everything online and virtual including Santa Claus. Or seeing an iconic store being padlocked. Or seeing the Civic reduced to radio and virtual plays. Not being allowed to have fun. Worried about finances.

This year was one of the worst. From the shutdown till now. No one knows what what next year will bring …

Angela Jensen



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