My daughter was telling me a story last night about how my son-in-law went to the store to buy baby wipes. After all, they do have 2 small children and wipes do come in pretty handy when you are changing diapers. The store shelves were completely OUT. As he was standing in the check out, the woman in line in front of him changed her mind about the package of small wipes that she had in her card and asked the cashier to remove them from her bill. My son-in-law spoke up and told the woman and the cashier that he would like to purchase them if she wasn't going to. Can you believe that another woman stepped up and grabbed them right out of the cashiers hands and quickly scanned it on her self check register. I would hate to think what it would be like if we had a true emergency to deal with.
What is there to do? My peace comes from my faith in my Creator who is bigger than the NASDAQ or the World Health Organization. A virus isn't bigger then my Heavenly Father. So I believe in common sense here is what is needed, not panic. I think avoiding large crowds is using good sense and of course washing your hands often is on the top of the any common sense list.
Besides the obvious course of action, my second plan is to start a new series of color pencil art in my Farmhouse Whimsy style. Each piece will feature a different farm animal taking a bath in a large wash tub. We all need to find a place free of worry and panic and mine is my studio. Here is my newest drawing and I'm calling it "Hog Wash".
This new drawing would be a perfect to display in your country or farmhouse bathroom. I have prints, cards and magnets available on my Etsy Shop if you are interested and want to check it out. I have all kinds of great farmhouse out to look at. Here is the link to HOG WASH