The great toliet paper hoarding of 2020
My friend Mary C took me to Edge Water Park,
in Mukilteo Washington. I overheard a couple
of people say, "some people buy toliet paper
every other day. And store 300 rolls of toliet
paper. " I interrupted them and said," storing
300 rolls of toilet paper is not storing. It is
hoarding." "You are right it is hoarding and
some people have 300 rolls of toilet paper."
My friend Sherlyn Z told Mary C. and me,"
At Cosco some people buy toilet paper,
and want to take some back. Cosco is
not accepting any returns right now.
There is a long line waiting outside waiting
to get in. They only allow people two hours
inside before they kick people out."
Mayor Cassie Franklin, Everett Washington
has ordered a lock down in our fair city.
Our Snohomish County executive has closed
all of the parks. My friend Mary C. won't be
taking me to either parks, or community meals.
Essential services and activities are allowed.
Citizens' are being requested to purchase
necessary items for them to stay in their homes.
Walking and exercising outdoors is still recommended
Evictions are placed on hold during our
Washington State's COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers' are working together around
the clock to provide feasible vaccines for
this latest Angel of Death.
There is a furniture company in Mukilteo
having its work force sewing masks.
Recruiting tailors from other business
to come and work for them.
Stay home as much as possible and
keep living spaces aired out by
opening doors and windows.
Is what I recommend.
"Now is the time to come to the
aid of our country" and our
communities. This COVID-19
is a global angel of death.
Say your prayers to God
Almighty! To have this
angel of death pass over
the rest of us.
Love in Christ Jesus!
Roxanne Lea Dubarry
Roxy Lea 1954
Roxy 1954/ October Country
March 23, 2020
We are recommended to have our
shopping delivered to our place of residence.
Homeless people are not restricted, but being
recommend to seek shelter.
Our mayor is issuing white paper to people
involved in providing essential services.
Copyright © Roxanne Dubarry | Year Posted 2020