But not in a good way: Two Missouri hairstylists may have exposed 147 people to coronavirus
Although it’s way up on the east side of town (from our perspective), we have taken our boys there for a haircut a time or two, but not recently.
Although my beautiful wife and I did celebrate our wedding anniversary at a restaurant in the same plaza on Friday.
I mused to my son whilst we were out running errands yesterday, if they (society, the government, so many theys, but just because I say they doesn’t mean I’m paranoid in saying it), if they want you to wear a mask because you might spread germs to someone else, when does it stop? This has happened since you were born and will happen until you die (and perhaps beyond). So when should people stop wearing masks? Later.