Sunlight and Sadness
We wash our hands, and complain about dry skin. We disinfect our deliveries, and sigh over the things we miss: outings in the park, sport events, family visits, even, heaven help us, the Eurovision Song Contest. We joke about what we're doing that we wouldn't be doing if it weren't for the 'emergency'. We make do, and make light. We make face masks out of dinosaur prints.
All the while, fellow humans are dying. As I write this, it's almost 250,000 worldwide. So far, more US people have died from this virus than died in the Vietnam War. It's serious, and we know it is. But, since the only things we can do are to stay home, follow safe practices, and try to lift each other's spirits, then that is what we try to do.
That's where this ezine comes in. I want to thank all the contributors this week for their stellar efforts. We're thoughtful, we're funny, and our photography is amazing, beautiful, and unusual. Please read, make (relevant, please) comments, and share with anyone you know who might need to see this Stuff.
On with the show:
Stay safe, friends. Point cameras. Tell us your thoughts. You know where to find us. And have a good week!
PS Remember, 25 May is Towel Day, and most of us will be spending it at home. Send your towel photos to the Post to celebrate. (If you wear the lilac, include that, too!)
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