A New Month; Oh Joy.

July 1st! Or as I like to call it, “another day in purgatory”; although, it’s been hotter than hell here in the Florida panhandle, so maybe I’ve skipped purgatory and just don’t know it yet.

Masks are mandatory here in Gadsden and Leon counties, yet the mandate doesn’t seem to be consistently enforced. I feel for business owners and mangers who are tasked with policing their own customers. Many can’t, or won’t, do it.

I’m certainly not going to confront a maskless person. That’s liable to get one shot in these parts. I do give great dirty looks—but I’m afraid the effect is lost since all the offenders can see are my eyes. I am good at squinting though.

Close approximation of my squinty eyed look.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

27 thoughts on “A New Month; Oh Joy.”

  1. I’m at the western end of the Panhandle and we are to wear masks only in the city limits. A city north of us mandated masks. Residents went into such a tear–violation of their rights, dontcha’ know–so their mayor rescinded. What in the freakin’ hell???

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    1. Me, too. I’m always aware that the wrong word to the wrong person could result in a shooting. In some ways, wearing a mask helps because I can mutter to myself and no one’s the wiser.

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  2. Oh, I LOVE that craft analogy! We just went on a mask mandate and… it’s going to be interesting. I’m thinking it would make me loads happier if I could hole up in the house for the next year or so.

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