Well, I trusted her...

My wife wanted to go to an outdoor birthday party at a paint your own pottery place.  She asked if I would be OK with that and I said yes.

Just before going to bed, I noticed that she posted photos from the party on Facebook--including one of her without a mask right next to the person celebrating her birthday.  The other woman was wearing a mask. 

She pushed back at first about how "It was only one time" and "It was only for a minute" before eventually admitting that she had been irresponsible and endangered our whole family.

I recalled that she took 2 cans of beer to the party and then told me she was bringing home half of a bottle of wine that she liked.  I asked her if this had anything to do with taking off the mask and she denied it.  She had "only a sip" of the wine.  The problem, of course, is that breaking my trust in her to be safe at the party makes it harder to believe other things she said.

This is, of course, consistent with her impulsive behavior.