Masks, cardboard fans, constant things: weird things a year ago newspaper icon email plus outline icon my account icon

What anniversary? Do you know what anniversary. When the calendar turns to March, all of us feel the breeze blowing, like a pilgrim’s etiquette whispering: “Whether you like it or not, you will learn to make dough.”
Everything has changed, and most of the unusual things we do on autopilot are life-saving measures. That doesn’t mean they are not strange.
Just a few days ago, I stopped at Publix and considered that the leggings around a man’s neck raised his eyeballs while shopping. On this dress, a huge skull. Today, this is the avant-garde option for responsible bread sourcing. In February 2020, I may have been hiding behind Totino’s Pizza Rolls (they are indestructible).
Here, I will list the shocking things a year ago, and now it is the new normal:
Cover littering trails and sidewalks in Grey’s Anatomy 5K. Masks are poured out of pockets and clothes and hidden in crevices in cars, such as bags of French fries.
The sign outside the veterinarian’s office reads “Stay in your car”, as if the animals staged a coup in a mess.
Roll out of bed, evaluate your rapidly declining body in the mirror, and then switch to a laptop to start working, just like your sleeping clothes.
Seeing hundreds of people lining up in the stadium, not to pay the $20 parking fee, but to put a long swab in the nose. Coincidentally, both behaviors produce the same feeling.
Speaking of stadiums, what about those cardboard fans? This is simply not “tenable”. We are not “paying for it” for this. This is “absolutely” ridiculous.
Emotionally on a 12-pound dumbbell somewhere on the shelf, lifting a shrunken arm for $35.
When you walk past someone but don’t want to get too close, this thing will fall apart, but then each of you lay on the grass with mud on your shoes and even tried to politely wrinkle your eyes though your life It is a living hell.
There are plenty of hand sanitizers at the entrances of shops, offices and schools. The streets are full of wine, but not very interesting.
Trying to help the child use the Microsoft team, just let the child sigh and pat your head, because the child is the teacher, and we are the students.
The signs in the yard indicate that we are together, we will become stronger, and the sun will rise again, just like the hourglass in the hourglass, and so will our lives.
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Post time: Mar-11-2021