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Ann-Ohio
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"How are you doing? " is being heard everywhere.
I think about the people all over the country who post here and think it would be great if everyone checked in here.

I live alone so I have adapted to all the requirements for sheltering safely. I get out for a walk in the neighborhood everyday if I can.

Stay safe!

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Bartenderbonnie
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Great idea Ann-Ohio.

Chronic Lyme patients KNOW all about self-isolation, faulty testing, severe exhaustion, unable to catch breathe, scary symptoms, feeling like your dying, ect. We have endured SO much and we are stronger than we realize.

I am scared as is everyone else but I feel I am prepared.
I am home, with a full refrigerator and life is good because I'm alive. Never give up.

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Trying to stay safe by wearing gloves and a mask any time I go out. Also catching up on spring clean up in the yard. Planning on using a stiff wire brush on the rust of our chain link fence and spray painting it. Then wash cars, take off storm windows and clean them and the exterior of the house windows. Maybe recaulk the tub and clean the shed in the backyard. My self-made honey do list is getting longer and longer!

[woohoo]

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Reasonably well, considering. I find it fascinating that the rest of the world gets to have a taste of how a lot of us have lived, stuck at home with symptoms.

SF has a mandatory mask requirement. I like designing extras for it, like lips, smiles, etc!

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Now everyone here thinks it is over and are out everywhere.
They stopped wearing mask and are going along like it used to be.
I am not so sure about that,i am wearing my n95 mask.

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Maddog—glad you have a N95 mask. Most of us do not.

Illinois has not opened much and even when they do I will not
be going out except to grocery store.

Be well, everyone.

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darkness." 1John 1:5

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Ann-Ohio
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I hope all of us can make our own decisions and stay on the side of being careful, protecting ourselves and others. Remember people might not know they are infected and not have symptoms - or symptoms may start after a week or so. So wearing a mask shows that you are protecting other people, in case you have it and don't know you do.

I love Canadian humor and teachers everywhere, so please have a look.
https://www.ctv.ca/Your-Morning/Video/Teachers-song-about-her-feelings-during-the-pandemic-made-our-hosts-cry-of-laughter-vid1943353?fbclid=IwAR3YJ0TUc0lpEdMGqRppdCHao06WCBuL8_TWoJ -kkxIvpwqJZhRH-YbvWdw

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I followed Alex Jones for years. And he was correct like 95% of the time.
However he really made me mad the other day.
He said (if you see someone at the store wearing a mask) get in their face and call them a baby killer,deep state person. Trying to signal compliance.
??????
Like i got lyme, brought my natural killer cell count to 8.
I got prostate cancer.
Like i ware a mask to save my life,even for flu.
He finally really made me mad at him!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Get a brain Alex!!!!!
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YAY, Maddog!

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