If it seems to you that living in Ohio these days feels a lot like you did as a teenager when you waited to see if you’d be permitted to use the family car the next Friday night, you are not alone. While moms and dads await word on whether they’ll be able to take their kids to day care centers so they can go to work, we expect an announcement from Columbus on whether our kids and grand kids will be permitted this summer to use public swimming pools later today. It’s hard to imagine that just 2 months ago we could make plans without concern over whether the things we wanted to do would be permitted. There seems to be growing discontent with the impact Corona Virus Pandemic related orders have had on people in America, but health experts continue to warn that moving too swiftly to give us a life that looks anything like normal will result in needless additional virus cases and deaths. Whether those warnings were warranted, and whether state bureaucrats have been given too much power to control our lives will be topics of discussion Months after the restrictions are completely lifted. In these extremely uncertain times, that’s one thing I’m sure of. That’s the way I see it.