Whimsical Wednesday

When you’re 14, entering High School for the first time, and you’re having to follow all the new rules, trying to make sense of it all, and to top it all off, you’ve got to wear a mask for 8 hours a day…

You just make the best of it and wear two!

😂😂🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣

It is what it is, and that’s all that it is.

Smile anyway, and let it brighten your day while bringing hope to someone else’s! 💗

14 thoughts on “Whimsical Wednesday

    • 😂Truth right there! … he said, “Mom, if somebody sneezes near me, I can just do this!” (And proceeded to pull his mask completely over his eyes, while also covering his ears – this, covering all “gateways.”) 😂😂🤣

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      • Oh that’s funny – well he is protected all right! He won’t be coming home with the flu either if he does that! For your family, you might have had COVID when you were so ill back at the beginning of the year. So that is a blessing (not at the time of course). My neighbor believes he had it too – before March 15th when the word “Coronavirus’ first was hitting the news, a person he works with had a husband who was very sick – she came into work and didn’t tell anyone and all the people where he works got very sick within a few weeks’ time. By then, they had shut the plant down – he’s never been tested to see if he had it though – just assumes since he says he has never been so sick in his life.

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      • Yeah, I bet he did. We are convinced it went through our house! There are so many new reports out, and they’re trickling more, it seems, throughout each week. I think it may amaze us if the truth to all this really ever comes out! … I’m just thankful now the numbers are going down, especially in the mortality rates! 😉

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      • Yes, I just heard today the mortality rates were down slightly – I should have mentioned when I responded in my last comment, I went to the grocery store this morning. It is Meijer which is like a Walmart – little big smaller. You must wear a mask to enter and to shop. So some customer evidently got in without a mask and I was scanning my grocery order in and all of a sudden an older man started yelling at the top of his lungs to speak to the manager.
        He was accompanied by a woman and both were wearing face masks and a plastic shield over the face mask. He was shouting at the manager about the customer not wearing a mask – the store was fairly busy and everyone, customers and store personnel, stopped what they were doing and froze in place. He had on shorts and a teeshirt and I didn’t see a gun, but the woman he was with had a huge purse. I felt sick wondering if he would go ballistic, but he ranted and raved a little more and left on his own – not escorted out and no police were called to intervene.
        I was happy to get out of there and come home.

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      • Goodness. What a commotion. It seems that the common responses nowadays, either panic (fear) or outrage. It’s a shame, and for us, as Christians, it’s a terrible response. Because it’s not of God. Our mission should be to live in courage and peace…and beating the fruit of the Spirit. So, that is my “mission” these days. Share as much love, truth, and hope that I can with all that will hear it and receive it. 😊💕

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      • It is scary wherever you go anymore – it is so much easier to comply Mia than fight the powers that be. And, in this day and age, people raising their voices in a crowd of people, I am sure that I am not the only one who worried there might be a gun involved. I always knew I belonged in an earlier era, a quieter era where people are more civil – I know it more every day now. We must share the love with one another and avoid becoming enemies for this world to be a brighter place.

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