Aside from family and friends?
My dentist emailed reminders about how to maintain our teeth until he can once again see us. Among the reminders: brush for two minutes, no less; make sure I’m getting my gum line involved when I brush; floss floss floss.
And to make sure I won’t need an emergency visit, do not eat anything too hard or too acidic. I now have to think about whether I’ll be munching on chocolate chunks and guzzling pure vinegar. I don’t think I’ll have a decision to report soon. Or maybe ever.
The proprietor of the place I get my hair cut is setting up an Earth Day meditation session for her clients, via Zoom. I don’t meditate and I don’t have Zoom so…But I appreciate that she’s contacting everybody, keeping us all together, in effect. And my hair does not look good.
And Century 21 — which somehow, despite the fact that the mother store downtown was across the street from the Twin Towers, managed to survive and re-open — is selling stuff online and for very discounted bucks. Yesterday it was yoga pants for $14.99, today, bras!
P.S. I found tissues yesterday but wonder where the name brands have gone? The only paper stuff available is strange no-name items and the tissues feel like recycled newspaper. Without the print, of course, but not soft — even though it says right on the boxes…oh well, I just grabbed a box and it does not say “softest” as I thought. It says, “softess.” It also says it’s guaranteed and if I’m not satisfied will give me double my money back if I retain the package and contact them.
Question. What is it “guaranteed” to do? Blow my nose?
P.P.S. I cleaned my refrigerator shelves at the beginning of all this because several friends were doing it and I am susceptible to peer pressure. The shelves are still sparkling clean. I deeply appreciate this.