I urge everyone to stay the course in maintaining distances and being sensible with the upcoming easing of some of the restrictions. Our local non-essential businesses are suffering, and I have mentioned just a few of them here in Jefferson. Please support our neighbors and maybe hum a tune while you are at it.
On the first day of quarantine, Little Red Barn sold to me: a big scoop of yummy ice cream.
On the second day of quarantine, Brookside Inn sold to me: 2 takeout meals.
On the third day of quarantine, Middletown Valley Bank lent to me: a 3-month loan.
On the fourth day of quarantine, Jefferson Auto Service sold to me: 4 brand new tires.
On the fifth day of quarantine, Hemp’s Meats sold to me: 5 juicy steaks.
On the sixth day of quarantine, Jefferson Archery sold to me: 6 brand new arrows.
On the seventh day of quarantine, Dunkin’ Donuts sold to me: 7 jelly doughnuts.
On the eighth day of quarantine, Jefferson Market sold to me: 8 rolls of TP.
On the ninth day of quarantine, H.C. Summers sold to me: 9 bags of grass seed.
On the tenth day of quarantine, Farmer’s Daughter Bakery sold to me: 10 awesome pastries.
On the eleventh day of quarantine, Watson’s Carry-out sold to me: 11 chicken pieces.
On the twelfth day of quarantine, Adrienne’s Flower Delights sold to me: 12 long stem roses ...
11 chicken pieces, 10 awesome pastries, 9 bags of grass seed, 8 rolls of TP, 7 jelly doughnuts, 6 brand new arrows, 5 juicy steaks, 4 brand new tires, a 3-month loan, 2 takeout meals and a big scoop of yummy ice cream.