While some days it seems like the world is falling apart, it really isn’t. “Social distancing” has become the norm in Sulzburg.
I don’t know if businesses here are closed – there are so few, and the ones I know are “essential” services, such as the grocery store, bakery and pharmacy. Those are still open.
While the playground is closed and public gatherings prohibited, some things remain normal. On Monday the Easter bunny appeared in the market square, just as he does every year.
I must admit I was a little surprised, I had thought city staff would have higher priorities. When I thought about it though I realized that some things are going to continue, no matter the pandemic sweeping the world. If city staff remain healthy, why wouldn’t they continue with the normal routines of Spring?
Easter is coming. The churches may not be open, but the rabbit sits in the Sulzburg market square. This “crisis” will pass.