Thank You Hanes For The Free Cloth Face Masks

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During this COVID-19 pandemic the Hanes clothing company kindly donated some free cloth face masks to the city of D / B Parish, and the mayor / city / volunteers / et cetera distributed them throughout the parish at drive-through pick-up locations.

Up until that point I had wanted a reusable face mask, but I could not find any particular brands or model that were recommended by the government / media / et cetera.

New Paperwork And Videos For All Library Employees

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Last night I went to bed too late and my sleep and dreams got interrupted by having to wake up to use the bathroom, and then clean the house; and so now I can only barely remember part of the end of my last dream from last night.

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that I went to work at my shelver job at The B Parish Library, and when I arrived I was approached by my coworker and our office manager Mrs. LF.

Mrs. LF told me that there was some new paperwork and videos that all library employees needed to do and update, and that this has to be done every year.

She took me to a fictional area near where the children’s section should be to sit down and go over the paperwork and videos, checking the old ones, and doing the new ones.

I am not sure what the videos were about but I know that some of the videos were customized for each employee, and so there was video footage of each employee and we needed to film some new video footage of ourselves.

After getting me started Mrs. LF walked away so that I could finish, I saw my coworker and fellow shelver Mrs. CR leave the shelving room to go into the back of the library to maybe get the items out of the back drops, and then I realized that I had not gotten the drops yet or let her and Mrs. D know that I was there.

Basically I had only clocked in and got distracted by this, and so I did not even get the items that had been dropped off yet or let the others know that I was busy with the paperwork and videos.

I remember looking through my paperwork and videos, updating them and doing new ones trying to finish so that I could start working, but I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr

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