Masks at Home?

I was talking with my wife the other day and she mentioned that a new recommendation came out suggesting we should be wearing masks at home. Um…what? Yup, I googled this. Sure enough, Dr. Birx said, “If you’re in multi-generational households and there’s an outbreak in your rural area or in your city, you need to really consider wearing a mask at home.”

My wife is 6 years older than me, hopefully that doesn’t mean we are in a multi-generational home. Okay, just kidding. But honestly, I don’t think I can survive social distancing from my wife. Kissing through masks…purchase of sleep apnea masks…Purell before during and after sex…yup, hard no on all of that.

I am all for masking in public, social distancing, making sacrifices in other ways, but I don’t believe it is realistic to expect families to wear masks 24/7. I do hope there is additional guidelines, or we risk people tossing those masks aside at times they really should be wearing them. This will surely give fodder to the anti-mask movement. I can hear them now stating, “See, I told you the scientists would take this too far.”

I probably shouldn’t make light of this because COVID-19 is serious and we all ought to pay attention to the experts because too many are dying. I will say that if a shitload of COVID-19 fiction starts hitting the Amazon top 10 lists, the novels better be romcons. Living through this time in history is not something I would want to revisit for pleasure.

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6 thoughts on “Masks at Home?

  1. I think it’s more for those who have children, parents, then grandparents living in the same house. The kid might get it at school, then because their all living in the same house ( enclosed space) the likeyhood of the kids infecting high risk for severe symptoms grandma or grandpa are big.

    but masks could be fun!!! just think of those Venetian Masks!!! or more risque “masks” in Domme/sub…

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  2. I’m glad I’m not the only one who finds this latest recommendation to be a little over-the-top. Hopefully, by “multi-generational”, they mean a household with elderly people and younger people (particularly kids) living together under the same roof. In that case, masks at home are understandable. But even then, it’s not going to make much difference if, like you said, they’re not disinfecting everything and using hand sanitizer and all that good stuff.

    I believe if everyone just uses common sense based on what we already know, this virus can slowly but surely be stopped – or at least weakened until a vaccine can be created.

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  3. Hey there,     I hope this finds you safe and happy!I don’t think that you are living in a multi-generational family.  If you lived with your Mom or Dad and you had children living at home, that would be a multi-generational family.I love the pictures that you choose for your newsletter.Also, I am finishing ‘Artist Free Zone’. I am loving it!My electric bill was way too high this month to purchase any more of your books. (I live in the high desert of California, where it has been triple digits pretty much since April).Next month I am going to try to get ‘One Shot at Love’Have a great weekendCyndi

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