Keep Wearing Your Mask Because Of Coronavirus

Dear friends, the Coronavirus is still causing havoc in our communities and around the world. Be safe and wear your masks because it will save your life and the lives of others. Be well and take care good people.

If You Wear Glasses, You Know!

I am happy to wear a mask. Not happy that my glasses fog up on the exhale. Keeping myself and those I love and my friends and neighbors safe is important enough to mask up.

Coronavirus On The Rise Again

It looks like the Coronavirus is having a resurgence. My friends the basics still apply, masks and personal care can help keep the virus under control until a vaccine can be found, produced, and distributed. I care about you all and try to take care of you and yours. Stay well and be safe good people.

Fear The Virus, It Can Save Your Life

My faith says “fear not” but when it comes to things that can harm you or threaten you then you must be smart, vigilant, and careful. Fear is healthy and can protect you from harm. Fear of the Coronavirus makes sense and can save your life. Fear the virus because there is not a cure or vaccine for it yet. Take care of yourself.

Attention Teachers, You Are Awesome!

To all the teachers and other educational staff people out there who are wondering what the hell is going on this fall due to Covid-19 I want you to know you are all awesome and what you do truly matters. Hopefully, you will have a safe year ahead and your work is a noble one. Certainly, you don’t get paid enough. Peace to you all amongst the chaos.

Newsfeed Conversations On #Facebook and Maybe #Twitter

This Shrek themed meme has all sorts of truth in it. Masks, schools, elections and Hamilton are the leading topics of conversation and news in many of our social feeds. I know many folks who have logged off because of the chaos and negativity. There is a balance somewhere between being informed and preserving sanity.

Quote Of The Day

I’m a big fan of domino masks, like Zorro, or Robin. You could put a domino mask on anything, and it becomes a superhero. You put a domino mask on a milkman, and he becomes, like, Super Milkman.

Gerard Way