Treat your masks as well as you treat your underwear. If this list confuses you, just substitute the word underwear every time I use the word mask. And remember your mom with laughter!
Always wear a clean mask every time you go out. You never know when you will end up in the hospital.
Your mask should be snug but not revealing. After all, some things are meant to be kept private.
Don’t pick or scratch at your mask in public. People will talk.
Don’t use the same mask two days in a row. You will smell. They have to be washed.
If your masks have the days of the week marked on them, be sure to wear the right one on the right day.
Never trade masks. Who knows where their mask has been!
If the mask gets ruined, has worn fabric or elastic, toss it out. Show some respect for yourself.
Discard your mask safely so that others don’t aren’t exposed to your ‘you know what.’
Don’t quit. Don’t cave in. It is all well worth it in the end. It is not success you are after in such times but survival. Be survivors! Before you’ve run out of options, the Son of Man will have arrived. (From Matthew 10:21-23, MSG)