Mask – What I Wore

It has been said that wearing or not wearing a mask is a political statement. Not for me, it is common sense. In today’s what I wore, I am wearing a mask.

Mask purchased by a local woman on Etsy.com

The following is a poem, inspired by Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

I am Jeanie. I will wear my mask here or there.
I will wear my mask anywhere!
I will wear my mask in my neighbors house.
I will wear my mask with Mickey Mouse.
I will wear my mask when receiving my Amazon box.
I will wear my mask with Dr. Evin Fox.
I will wear my mask in someone else’s car.
I will wear my mask if I am going near or far.
I will wear my mask on the train.
I will wear my mask in the rain.
I will wear my mask in the dark.
I will wear my mask at the park.
I will wear my mask on a boat.
I will wear my mask while petting a goat.

I will wear my mask, so you see.
Could you please wear your mask and join me?

Every other week, I am sharing what I wore here on CoffeeGirl.Blog. Until next time – a latte of blessings & sparkles,



16 thoughts on “Mask – What I Wore

  1. I love the mask and the poem. And yes I can join you wearing a mask, I also have loads with different design. I have one with my country’s flag on it 😁

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  2. Cute poem! In Japan, it is common to see people wearing a mask during infectious disease seasons. It is part of the culture. I am always wearing a mask when I go outside.

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  3. Cute masks! I have been wearing masks and hope to see a continued growth in masks as they are important to protect our community

    Like

  4. Love this savage write up. Wearing mask is a common sense and these days it’s rare. I hope those who are not wearing mask can read this and correct themselves.

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