Thoughts on life from Pat Oaks
For the past month we have been bagging groceries to pass out in the parking lot. Former blogs have attested to this. We were told yesterday that we are going back to running the food trucks in the neighborhoods, instead of just out of the church parking lot. However, we still have to bag the groceries. Usually when we take the food truck into the neighborhoods, we set the food out in boxes on long tables and everyone can pick and choose what they want. Evidently this is unsanitary. So, we have to keep bagging.
When we were told this, everyone nodded....except for me. (Was I always a rebel? Our preacher, Paul, thinks so!) Anyway, I stated what I thought was the obvious. When we go to the grocery store, which we are still allowed to do, who knows how many hands have touched everything in the store! And unless we spray everything with clorox before packaging, who knows how many hands have touched the stuff we give out?
And so, I will go on bagging groceries for who knows how long and am planning on going over to the warehouse and post signs that say: "ATTENTION ALL MICE. PLEASE STAY OFF THE FOOD ITEMS WE ARE PASSING OUT UNTIL ALL DANGER OF THE VIRUS IS PAST."
With the spraying of bleach and the signs warning the mice, we should be ok.