They had the yeast and bagels I was after, and I got a lot of sparkling water and even got big packages of TP and paper towels.
They're normally open 24 hours but for the time being they're opening at 7am, plus following suit with senior hours on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, when they open at 6:30. It's a very large store with much roomier aisles than the others, a perfect place to avoid close contact.
Later on we got a nice text from our friend Claire. She's a dog walker and pet sitter and unfortunately has lost most of her work because people are working from home. But she's getting projects done sent a photo of one of my photos she previously asked if she could print and frame.
It's definitely one of my favorite photos I've taken as well. I love when the hills and mountains off in the distance are well-defined by light fog.
The other good news is that I'm already seeing a little progress with my back. Last night it was much easier to turn over in bed, which had been a struggle all week. And today wasn't too bad at all. I can't say what tomorrow morning in my office chair will be like, but I'm optimistic.