Day 2886: Hold on to your face masks.

Yesterday, when I was holding on to my face masks and visiting the hospital where I work to get my yearly flu shot and to get a hospital-quality mask, I saw this:

Hold on to your face masks! I have a LOT of photos to share with you today.

Hold on to your face masks — there are only fifteen days until the U.S. election, when we the people hope to get rid of the other person with the problem.

Here‘s the Hamilton Mask-up Parody Medley by The Holderness Family:

Hold on to your face masks and hold on to my gratitude to all who help me create these daily posts, including YOU.

Categories: 2020 U.S. Presidential election, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 19 Comments

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19 thoughts on “Day 2886: Hold on to your face masks.

  1. Sir Harley requests to kindly hold on to your face masks

  2. puella33

    I like the jeannie pot on your desk in the 15th picture.

  3. Hold on to your… A great prompt … 1) face masks, 2) voting rights, 3) social distancing, 4) strength, 5) gentleness, 6) truthfulness, 7) hope… and the list goes on! Ah yes, my favorite was the Self-Care Bingo and the daily Bitch. It’s always easier if that other person would just go away and admit THEY are the problem, isn’t it? Hah! Great post, Ann! ❤

  4. I think a lot of us are just holding onto our hats for the time being!

  5. If I’m not holding my face mask I’m wearing it, but I’m intrigued as to why no one should touch the faxes. Maybe it’s because faxes are rapidly disappearing, which makes me sad–at my first job we occasionally sent faxes and had to always include a cover sheet that said, “Just the fax, ma’am.”

  6. Joanne

    Show up. Be gentle. Tell the truth.

  7. mask up and strap in, it’s going to be a bumpy ride

  8. Your tiger has a pretty impressive respirator!
    We have an election this week but probably most people in my province are thinking more about yours. It is nail-biting, for sure.

    • If I did bite my nails, I wouldn’t have any left to hold on to. As usual, I’m holding on to your comments, Maureen.

  9. We held a drive-thru flu shot clinic in our library parking garage yesterday, Ann. Great minds think alike. Mask up, indeed.

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