Masking for a friend

9 thoughts on “Masking for a friend

    1. Hi Joanne, Thank you for stopping by. I hope your computer starts behaving soon! My computer drives me crazy sometimes. When it does, I know it’s time to take a break. I also clear my browsers and do a restart or a complete shut down which resolves a lot of issues.
      It’s cold and dreary here but peaceful. Cheers, Lori


  1. It does become frustrating Lori. It has made ‘life’ in so many ways very diluted. Just in talking to someone, all those expressions that speak a thousand words are totally muffled (literally, excuse the pun 🤣), and even makes breathing difficult. But even if it only reduces the spread minimally it is at least helping others who don’t have a good immune system 😀❤️🙏🏽

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    1. While I have friends of all ages, most of my friends are older and more vulnerable according to the medical experts. Too, we never know the health status of strangers we encounter in public places. I think we need to care about the common good and act upon that caring for our everyone we meet. Better to be safe & wear a mask (even if I am tired of it all). Cheers, Lori

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  2. The hardest part is knowing people are dying from it because someone decided they could create a nice little warfare item that will kill everybody…not just some enemy. Or maybe we all are the enemy…thin out our numbers. Their care factor…zero 😦
    Sorry Lori, during the last lull in the infections I finally got outside and enjoyed some exercise, sunshine and coffee’s on the beach (I have no immune system), and now the new wave has decided to come romping in with all the summer holiday’ers up here. Oh well, I’ll just have to heal by zoom 🤣❤️🙏🏽

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    1. Mark, It is awful that some people are so inconsiderate and it’s also awful not being able to enjoy life because of the selfishness of others. A close friend came down with COVID again (!) which reminded me how vulnerable we all are and some more than others. I admire your spirit and wish you peace and health. Take care of yourself.

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      1. Thank you for your care kind lady, I do understand that many in the first few days don’t even know they have the covid, and just like any flu it spreads accordingly. I’m just a little frustrated with myself for ‘taking it on’ and not just go sit in the middle of the beach with my coffee and just enjoy the view. If my time comes, it will come. Plus God said to me ‘I am the giver of life!’, so no covid is going to take me unless it is my time and there isn’t anything I can do to stop it 🤣 Have a beautiful Christmas kind lady, may it be without a care in the world, a heart full of love…and maybe a chocolate or two to spice it up a little. Thank you! 😀❤️🙏🏽🦋🎅🏽🦌🕊🎄🎁⛄️

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