Link Love

I think I may have attracted a gremlin– I have had SO MANY electronic problems this week(!)  I had forgotten how much they can hurt productivity.  I can’t remember… do I burn sage or throw salt over my shoulder or what?

There was an extra post this week– if you only stop by on Thursdays, check out Wednesday!

Thread on Covid Delta variants. I am so worried about DC2 in the fall… they’re not allowed to require masking even though the kids won’t be vaccinated. It will be middle school with all the changing classes and passing in hallways and so on. I don’t even know if they’re going to be allowed to require school bus drivers to have the vaccine. I wish the vaccine approval for kids could come before school starts. : ( Zie will be 9 so hopefully only a mild case, but who knows what the variant landscape will look like and we still don’t know about long-term effects.

Maybe I should scatter autobiographies of people who grow up Trans.

What is wrong with why we sleep.

 

3 Responses to “Link Love”

  1. Matthew D Healy Says:

    CDC should have said, when 70% of adults in a County are fully vaccinated then we no longer recommend mask mandates.” Give local leaders an incentive to get shots into arms.

    • nicoleandmaggie Says:

      That would have been a good thing. Alas.

      • rose Says:

        Have your children practice responding to comments about how they live their lives and to not tell others how the others ought to act. Discuss with school how they intend to respond to any bullying of those who mask or/and those who do not.
        This issue applies to comments on any attire or physical characteristic or belief system. “You do you, I do me.” “Why are you looking at/talking about/thinking about my choice of clothing/shoes/glasses/hair?” “I certainly hope you are right and I am being overly responsible.” De-escation remarks. You, and they, can talk ahead of school starting and practice so they are not caught short.
        But I bet they, and you, are already all over those ideas.


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