Sheltering in place has afforded me the time to ponder certain things. Today I am pondering my hair. I suppose it’s because I am sporting a stylish pixie these days and I am way overdue for a haircut (and color). Check it out. Please note, I don’t normally wear that much makeup… or sparkly stuff. I was prepped for a ballroom competition. Anyway, for the first ten years of my life I sported a very short, not-so-cute (or at least that’s how if felt back then) pixie haircut. That’s me… top row, second from the right.
Hello. My name is Lulu. I am a dog. Welcome to my world.
I live in a house. With a yard. With two humans. They are mommy human and daddy human. They are my family. They love me. Lately they have been hanging around the house a lot more than normal. They are obeying a command to shelter in place in order to help stop the spread of coronavirus. I don’t know what coronavirus is, but I know it is important to obey commands. It is what makes me
a good the best dog. My humans are obedient. They are good the best humans. I made a list of the things I like about shelter in place. Here it is.
Just another ordinary day sheltering in place…just another Coronavirus Task Force briefing at the White House. I watch them everyday and I have decided my favorite White House correspondents are the ones who, when invited by POTUS to ask a question, begin with Thank you, sir or Thank you, Mr. President. I also discovered I really like Vice President Pence and Surgeon General Jerome Adams. How are these things related? Manners. I like people with good manners.
Just another ordinary day sheltering in place.
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Ever wonder what predicates a company to slap a particular warning label on its product? Take, for example, the cautionary advice routinely found on to-go coffee cups. Seems like one should know pouring hot coffee on one’s crotch (or the crotches of others for that matter) is not a good idea and yet, the baristas at McDonald’s, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Panera and virtually every coffee vendor in business these days feel compelled to warn against this impending danger. Seems unnecessary… enter Stella Liebeck.