Sheryl from Cleveland Heights

I had to go to the grocery store, Zagara’s, the other day. I put on gloves and a mask and headed in to the store. Most customers and all employees also had masks. It was surreal, and a little frightening at first. As I stood in line a woman asked me, in a muffled voice behind her mask, where the back of the line was. I pointed, then said, in a muffled voice, “I hope you can tell I’m smiling, because I am!” She started laughing and said, “So am I!” and a man near us chimed in, “I can tell! It’s in your eyes!” And it’s true. I looked at everyone’s eyes, and could tell they were all smiling.


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