My sincere thanks to YOU for reading these posts. Today, let’s focus on a “gratitude zero” activity… wearing a mask. There is a lot of conversation these days about “masks”. People are tired of the pandemic, lock downs, separation from friends and families. It is sometimes difficult to remember to bring a mask. I have masks in my purse, my car, in shopping bags, and next to gloves when I put gas in the car. I have extra masks for my family and friends who forget their masks when running out the door to run an errand, or grab something to eat (take out).
Last night I looked through old photos and found some photos of me wearing “masks”. I remembered how fun it was that night to wear all the different masks. In fact, when this pandemic started my friend brought me different styles and colors of masks and it was nice to add a “mask” to my wardrobe daily. Now, although I am tired of putting on a mask, I try to follow the advice of doctors and scientists and put on the mask.
I am thinking a lot about masks….
My conclusion right now is: I don’t mind wearing a mask if it means I might save people’s lives.
Come to think of it…. saving one life should bump my
rating of this post
to “gratitude ultra”!