Happy Thanksgiving

There is always something to be Thankful for . . .

Even in this chaotic unsettling times there are those moments when you say to yourself “I am so grateful for what I have, others have much less”.

Please, enjoy your time with family and friends no matter how you gather to celebrate, in person or over Zoom – make the moments count.

If you choose to gather in-person on Thanksgiving I have posted below the CDC Guidelines for Thanksgiving 2020.

Please be stay safe ~ stay healthy ~ be responsible!

CDC Thanksgiving Guidelines 2020 PDF

Peace ♥ Harmony

Cheryl XO

keep On Smilin’

 

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No matter what you think you’re missing, keep smilin’ ♪ ♫ ♪ ♫

 

Whatever your circumstances are today, remember to keep on smiling it will get better I promise. We are all in this together.

I have said this for a few weeks now – when we come out on the other end of this crisis I believe we will be a better nation.

Please stay home if your state is still under lockdown, we need to stay apart for now in order to be together in the future.

Peace Harmony & Wash those hands!

XO Cheryl

We Can All Use Some Dancing . . .

First . . . Do The Five

1. Wash your hands

  • after coughing or sneezing
  • when caring for the sick
  • before, during and after you prepare food
  • before eating
  • after toilet use
  • when hands are visibly dirty
  • after handling animals or animal waste

This step has repeatedly been argued for and has found to be helpful in prevention of spreading the Coronavirus. In addition, the following steps should now be taken seriously:

2. Cough/sneeze into your elbow

  • Completely cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or a sleeve or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing
  • Throw the used tissue into a closed bin immediately after use
  • Clean hands with soap and water or alcohol-based handrub after coughing or sneezing and when caring for the sick

3. Don’t touch your face

4. Stay more than 6 feet away from others

5. Stay the f&%k home . . . Especially, if you feel sick

The last three are self-explanatory. By touching your face, the pathogens have an easy chance to infect you if they have made it onto your hands. Face-touching is natural and often hard to avoid the behavior. This is why it is so important to wash your hands.

Now . . . You’re ready to dance your ass off!

Peace Harmony & Be Healthy!

XO Cheryl