This is a time of uncertainty for all of us, but one thing I am certain of is that there isn’t enough money made to make me think that I would want to have any part in making the tough decisions that will need to be made in Ohio on how and when the restrictions that have impacted our lives because of the Corona Virus Pandemic should be lifted. Since the “curve” health officials said they were hoping to flatten, and the “surge” we were all told we should expect this month have never been clearly defined it is impossible to predict when life might return to something near normal. It is clear that the people responsible for the Stay At Home, Non-essential business closings and other edicts that were issued in March to try to slow the spread of the Corona Virus, will face some very tough decisions in the days ahead. If they don’t act soon the impact on the Ohio economy and the people who live here will be extreme and long-lasting. If they move too rapidly, they will no doubt face criticism from some who will accuse them of jeopardizing the health of people who contract the virus later on. We all have ideas on how long the restrictions on our lives should last, but I doubt there are many among us who would want to have a roll in making those decisions. That’s the way I see it.