Holiday Masks

30 Nov

Last January, I pulled these two from the dryer and put them away. At the time, I believed I’d never need them again.

Last week, after decorating my house for the holidays, I pulled them out again. It’s disheartening that we are still navigating the pandemic. Although I wear a KN95 all day at school, I use cloth masks when I go to the grocery store and library. It is nice to have some festive flair as we enter the darkest time of the year.

Let’s hope that, when I put them away in January, they stay put

3 Responses to “Holiday Masks”

  1. arjeha November 30, 2021 at 6:49 am #

    I think that is something we all hope for. if I were still teaching I would probably have some holiday masks to go with my holiday ties.

  2. theapplesinmyorchard November 30, 2021 at 2:55 pm #

    I agree! I made over 500 masks last year. I sold some and gave most of them away to my community. I did make some holiday masks and will be donning those as well this year. Hopefully, we won’t have to wear them next year! Stay well!

  3. Lisa Corbett November 30, 2021 at 3:52 pm #

    This is how I felt when I realized my children had outgrown some of their masks and we had to go buy a bigger size. Disheartening! I thought we’d outgrow them and throw them away, not pass them down to younger friends. 😦 Those are cute fabrics though!

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