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Getting Relief During #SocialDistancing

It is true that bison have trouble getting a good scratch normally, but its gotten worse during #socialdistancing.

bison scratching

Bull Bison Scratching
A big bull bison (Bison bison) uses a boulder as a scratching post near the Rex Hale Campground on the North Fork of the Shoshone west of Cody Wyoming. Buffalo (what they are commonly called) are a normal sight in Yellowstone National Park but they aren’t as plentiful outside the Park in Shoshone National Forest. Photo by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

It is true that bison have trouble getting a good scratch normally, but it’s gotten worse during #socialdistancing. I have to say, I’m glad I have a good back scratcher! In fact, I keep several strategically placed around the house because when itches happen, scratching needs to follow. 

On a more serious note, on this not-sure-what-week-it-is-now of social distancing, I am so grateful for those front-line workers, including our medical workers, first responders, truckers, restockers, checkers—anyone who is working because they have to—and for Cowtown Candy, who are essential, too. 

I’m also grateful for every act of service being done for those who are at-risk. We are a better world (for the most part) and this paradigm shift in our thinking about what is “hard.” 

While we need to be careful about scams (because punks gonna be punks), there is such an outpouring of love happening out there. As I’m writing this, I’m watching a news segment about Invisible Hands Deliver. They are only serving the New York area, but you can also help where you are. We (hubs is high risk) have been blessed by people willing to help us get the supplies we need. 

In the wider world, I support Latter-day Saint Charities because 100% of my donation goes to those in need and they help all over the world. 

What’s your favorite charity or new charity you’ve found during this challenging time?

Perilously yours,

Pauline

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