SYDNEY, NSW - JULY 28: A supermarket shelf displays fresh fruit July 28, 2006 in Sydney, Australia. Prices in Australia have reached a 15-year high, showing an 8.3 per cent rise in food costs, which are being blamed for a big jump in inflation. The rise was mainly driven by hugely escalating banana prices - after cyclone Larry devastated most of Australia's plantations - with fruit prices up 52 per cent for the June quarter. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)
Yea, we’re pared down but we’re still able to function.
We can still get fresh fruits and vegetables, we can still go out for a walk in the fresh air. We’re gonna get through this.
And if there’s an ‘essential worker’ you wanna give a shout out to, you know where to reach me! 888-410-1057!