After 217 days of coronavirus isolation, I can smell victory on the horizon.
It’s been a long war, and it’s been a tough war against coronavirus ever since the pandemic engulfed and consumed life in America back in March. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
So much has changed in the past 217 days. We’ve worked from home, haven’t been able to see our friends and families like we used to and we’ve all had to learn how to adjust to the new normal.
However, after more than four months of this nonsense, I can smell victory in the air. I can see it on the horizon.
It’s like in a war movie when the choppers are refueled for the last time, the soldiers load up and fly off into the war zone to land the final blows on the enemy.
They did everything they could to bring America to a grinding halt, but they learned a valuable lesson about