How do I NOT feel anxious if I sneak in clothes if and when I purchase clothes at the thrift store
Pre-pandemic mom didn't care that I purchased all my clothes at the thrift store. Now my mom is afraid I will bring home COVID-19.
AND DON'T say just bring in the clothes from the thrift store due to the fact that she would make my life miserable.
My mom (age 94) and I (age 65) live together. (My father passed on August 25, 1984. My sister has been married 44 years to a wonderful man and they have two wonderful sons).
I went to the thrift store last Thursday, June 4th and purchased two pairs of pants and had to sneak them into the house. My mom (age 94) would have gone nuts if she knew the pants were purchased at the thrift store. I also went to a store (not Marshalls) that I just started shopping in that sells new clothes to get a couple of solid color tops to tie dye and that is how I got the pants into the house. After I purchased the two tops and left the store and went back to my car I put the pants into the bag that had the two tops.
Tomorrow I am going to go to Marshalls and if I buy clothes at Marshalls at a reasonable price I might check out the thrift store tomorrow to see what they have.