A Rough Morning Drive Fore Me
On a recent morning drive into our Valley Forge office, I started thinking about how careful we have all become as a result of the pandemic. From the time I leave my home until my return, I (and the majority of us) make many adjustments throughout our daily lives to be extra careful.
Where I used to only carry my keys and wallet, now I also remember to always have a face mask and hand sanitizer. New rules in the office abound: no standing close, no shaking hands, office doors closed and wash hands, a lot. We are all getting a better understanding of the idiom. “You can never be too careful.” Don’t get me wrong, I‘m not complaining. I am grateful that our people are all well, and staff can come into the office if they are comfortable in doing so.
So much time and energy is being spent on doing everything with such meticulous care, being extra careful and care filled, and then it hits me …
Really … It literally hits me …
A golf ball!
My drive and my thoughts about being so very careful are interrupted by a wayward golf ball smashing into my windshield as I drove by a local country club.
I guess it’s just par for the course this year!
Be careful! Stay well.