Sheltering in place outside

I sometime listen to San Francisco NPR station KQED.  At the end of their “California Report” this morning was a community who howled somewhat in unison.  Just to be neighborly.  Howling like coyotes out in front of their Bay Area houses while practicing social distancing.  As a result, seeing their neighbors for the very first time in months.  So, some good comes of this kind of wacky behavior.  We should all get out some evening and gargle water in unison.  Or sing like clucking singing chicken.  Or croke like frogs.  Might get the male members involved.  This could get a bit silly.  Our little community has been, while social distancing, doing the chicken dance or the twist.  I’m not a dancer.  So leave me out of this.

Published by Chuck the prattling Curmudgeon

If I told you the truth about myself you would think what a wad of chewed gum stuck under a church pew I am. Dull. Ordinary. However, I wasn't born yesterday.

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