Yesterday was grocery day! Man, the people out there! It's no wonder there are fears of a pandemic, because sick people are out shopping, getting their germy hands on the carts (I always use the cart wipes, and if they're out, slather the cart handle with my own Purell) and coughing, sneezing, and wheezing their way through stores and other public places.
As I was walking around the veggie aisle, which my grocery store (Wegmans) has a beautiful way of displaying everything out in the open--making it look like an open air market, a man walked up to the lovely pile of onions COUGHED ON HIS HAND and then proceeded to pick through the entire lot before finally choosing one.
As I left the store, a man had a coughing fit about 10 feet ahead of me. That man never even covered his mouth with his hand, he just coughed into the air.
Is it just men who are incredibly rude, or people in general? Haven't they gotten the memo that you're supposed to cough in your sleeve to avoid getting germs on your hands and spreading them far and wide?
I appreciate it that the store has a few Purell dispensers, but why is it only near the Pharmacy? There are people hacking and coughing, sneezing and ... well, I know of one elderly woman who hasn't willingly washed her hands in decades, so you don't know WHAT kind of germs she's toting around.
And so I leave you with this small piece of advice:
And COVER THAT COUGH!