Tuesday, February 2, 2021

It's Groundhog Day and masks are everywhere

Groundhog Day is a popular tradition observed in the United States and Canada on February 2nd, to celebrate whether or not a groundhog sees his shadow after he emerges from his burrow.  Why?  Punxsutawney Phil predicts the arrival of spring — or not.  Today, Phil did see his shadow.  I hate to tell you, but that means we have another six weeks of winter.  It's a sunny day here in St. Louis, though it's just 35° now and only going up to 38° this afternoon.  In the meantime.....

Masks are everywhere!

Ben's wearing a mask.

So is George.

Even the emojis have their masks on!!!!

Masks are everywhere — as they should be.  We are now being told to DOUBLE mask, so when I go across the street to pick up my prescription from Walgreen's (when the day is the warmest it's predicted to be), I'll be wearing a cloth mask over a paper mask.  Stay safe, people, and wear your masks.

1 comment:

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Double-masking is an excellent idea. Let's all do whatever we can to stay safe.