It began with thin paper masks, then graduated to simple cloth masks that tied in the back. Now I own about ten masks of all patterns and descriptions. How about you? I never wore a mask in my life. Then four months ago, BAM, I suddenly forgot what the bottom half of my face looked like.
If we’re going to be optimistic–and I always try to be optimistic in my blogs–our hope is that after a vaccine is available for this insidious virus, we will all be tossing our masks.
But, not so fast!
My friend, Shirley, who is quite a hoot, decided to suggest some things to do with our face coverings when this is all over. Take a look.
Shirley thought one additional use for her face mask might be as a chin lift. Sagging jowls BE GONE!
Or, what about a darling hair accessory?
Perhaps an eye mask for the plane??? (If we ever get to fly on one again.)
Maybe, just maybe, when all this is over, we will find dozens of new and novel uses of our face coverings.
Thank you, Shirley, for bringing some comedic relief to our days. You’re a doll!
And, by the way, I LOVE how you chose a mask that matched your hair