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Sun Valley People Have Dreams

Jose Mier Interviews Neighbors

Your simple reporter, Jose Mier, is not the only one stick inside 4 walls for the foreseeable future. Almost every other Sun Valley citizen is sharing this new problem.

For some, the past 2 weeks have passes without incident, however the longer our quarantine goes on the more we’re going to long for the days of freedom to go anywhere and do practically anything without being questioned as to our intentions.

Aside from going out to a nice dining establishment and delighting in the luxury of being able to sit at a table and be waited on, I ‘d like to travel. New websites. New air.

As I stated I’m not alone. I connected to other Sun Valley pals to get insight into what they want to do.

Sharon Bronson, one next-door neighbor, state she’s anticipating being able to take a trip once again, as soon as flights to other countries become possible. “I would like to go to Paris again,” she said. “It’s up until now away and it would make me forget about all the stuff that’s going on today.”

Jesus Rivera, a Sun Valley welding professional has dreams closer to house. I want to hop in the cars and truck and simply drive.

Still others like Harry Mitchell who deal in dining establishment supplies simply desire business to get back to regular. “Things have just kind of stopped dead.

We all have different dreams however in many methods they’re all similar. We want to forget about this “current unpleasantness” get back to the way things were. Let’s expect Sun Valley and the world that the world we return to is even better than in the past.