THEME Socials

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HOSTED SOCIAL THEME CHITCHAT, INCLUDING  SOCIAL MEDIA COMMENTS 

                                                                                                           

You are welcome to participate in the following hosted socials:


                   

                                                                                        

MONTH of AUGUST (GLOBAL Young Children, Youth, and Young Adults Appreciation Month. Read a book (or e-book), magazine, newspaper in the presence of a child/youth/young adult.)

 

 

Informal 'People-of-Color' Chart

The White People - People of the UK or all people who have the traditional white skin of people of color.

The Black People - People of African heritage people of color, or all people who consider themselves to be both African and American (African-American).

The Brown People - People of South America heritage people of color, or American  Mexicans, Latinos, or Puerto Ricans.

The Yellow People - People of Asia heritage, people of India, Chinese, or Japanese people of color who were born in America.

The Red People - People of Native American heritage people of color, American Indians, Black Indians.

 

With Love,   

 

Sherlene

 

 

Faith-Based Quote:

(Copy Without Correction)

TRAFFIC is gone, GAS is affordable, BILLS extended.

KIDS are at home with their FAMILIES, PARENTS are home taking care of their CHILDREN.
FAST FOOD replaced by HOME COOKED MEALS, hectic SCHEDULES replaced by NAPS.
The AIR seems CLEANER, the WORLD QUIETER.
PEOPLE are conscious about HYGIENE and HEALTH again.
WE finally listen to authorities and head home when they say so.
MONEY doesn't seem to make the WORLD GO ROUND anymore.
And WE now have TIME, finally, to STOP and SMELL the ROSES.
And lastly, WE become closer to GOD & more evidently praising Him everyday of our LIVES.
It seems like this COVID-19 is a RESET BUTTON for HUMANITY!!! - C. Day

 


                                                                                                       

Theme-Appropriate Commentary

     UPDATED: WEDNESDAY 7/22/2020

 

Young Children

 

 

Youth 

 

 

Young Adults

 

 

Other Chitchat  

 

 

 


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SOCIAL DISTANCING DUE TO HEALTH CARE CRISIS,

ACTIVITIES YOU CAN DO AT HOME

  1. Drive-in movie cinemas.
  2. Create or be a part of a volunteer prayer group.
  3. Create or be a part of a food-pickup volunteer group for seniors and disabled. 
  4. Create or be a part of a food-prep volunteer group delivering meals to seniors and disabled.
  5. Create or be a part of a new or organized volunteer group in your local area.
  6. Create a journal entry book.
  7. Clean your social media pages.
  8. Clean your address book.
  9. Clean your daily or monthly calendar.
  10. Clean the outside and inside of your home.
  11. Do laundry. Iron clothes for a week in advance. Match or pair socks.
  12. Style your children's hair with a hairstyle that will last for a few days. 
  13. Learn how to braid or cut hair.
  14. Wash stuffed animals.
  15. Wash or toss out sleeping pillows.
  16. Change bed sheets.
  17. Clean out the garage or work-space closet.
  18. Clean junk or mail drawer.
  19. Capture new pics of self, children, family, etc.
  20. New pic uploads on social media, etc.
  21. Clean your home office. Mop the floors. Vacuum. Wash windows outside and inside. Clean baseboards and vents.  Polish silver. Clean all glass-made items. Wipe glass of mirrors, television screens, computer monitors, cell phones. Dust. Clean out freezer and fridge. Check expiration dates of food items and food-item seasonings.
  22. Paint a room or object.
  23. Plant bulb-style flowers because they will bloom yearly.
  24. Cut your lawn.
  25. Clean the outside and inside of your vehicle.
  26. Do a vehicle maintenance of basic things such as oil check, air filter check, brake fluid, windshield wiper fluid, transmission fluid, and battery dust check.
  27. Sort your mail publications such as advertisements, newspapers, magazines, etc.
  28. Sort your bills or daily mail. 
  29. Contact your debtors if necessary.
  30. Select and follow a religious public figure, partner with a ministry, or volunteer tasks that you can consistently do at your dwelling:  view their media outlets, or drive by their closest location to your dwelling.
  31. Select and follow new people or public figure on social media: view their media outlets, first.
  32. Bake or create healthy food items. Choose a new recipe to make.
  33. Start flower or vegetable seeding. Create a spacing plan for flower or vegetable garden.
  34. Begin a new hobby that's affordable to your personal and household budget.
  35. Order items that you weren't able to purchase while at work. Standard shipping 3 - 7 business days.
  36. Exercise or yoga at your comfortable pace. Walk at a quick comfortable pace.
  37. Have sex with your spouse or partner.
  38. Challenge your drinking water consumption per day or week.
  39. Challenge your discipline of healthy snack choices.
  40. Challenge family members to do an activity or to meet a family or personal goal.
  41. Phone the elderly or disabled. Max. 5 min. talking time.
  42. Call someone you haven't talked to in a while.
  43. Read the bible or religious book.
  44. Pray.
  45. Sing.
  46. Listen to music.
  47. Dance.
  48. Worship.
  49. Laugh.
  50. Breath meditation.
  51. Watch a new cable channel or streaming show.
  52. Install or cancel cable or streaming service.
  53. Wash your hair. Grease your scalp. Trim your ends.
  54. Shave hair areas of your body.
  55. Read books of various genres.
  56. Read magazines.
  57. Read someone's memoir or personal journey of something.
  58. Write with a pencil or pen.
  59. Create a To-Do or Shopping list.
  60. Complete your Census 2020 questionnaire online or paper mailing.
  61. Check on your neighbor, be a good neighbor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Major Indian Tribal Heritage of North Carolina: Cherokee, Hateras, and Tuscarora; Of South Carolina: Catawba, Cherokee, Chiaha, Chickasaw, Congaree, Creek, Cusabo, Eno, Keyawee, Natchez, Pedee, Saluda, Santee, Sewee, Shakori, Shawnee, Sissipahaw, Sugaree, Waccamaw, Wateree, Waxhaw, Winyaw, Yamasee, and Yuchi.

 

 

 

Would you like to help in preserving chocolate and the chocolate market?  

  • Do not give chocolate-ingredient items to kids if you know they don't like it. Don't waste water. Don't  waste food. Don't waste chocolate!
  • Do not make chocolate-ingredient items for family or social gatherings--except if you are sure that such baking are desired/wanted. From experience, with my baking, I know that most people do not like chocolate-only edible items.
  • Limit the quantity of edible choices that include chocolate or the chocolate flavor. Suggestion, have more of other flavorful varieties.
  • Earth Month: It is important to prune trees or trim trees to get rid of dead tree limbs. Avoid planting tall-blooming trees near pole lines.  Avoid planting or digging near electrical wires, gas pipelines, and other utilities (Source: U.S. utility companies)
  • Africa: Now Two Continents
  • Families, are you still applying hair grease/hair conditioner (made with petroleum ingredient) to your scalp or your kid's scalp during the spring and summer season? Or, are you applying an oil-based ingredient on your scalp? As a Native American of Color (Black-Indian), I find that my hair doesn't grow as quickly when using an oil-based hair product vs. a hair grease/hair conditioner on my scalp. -Sherlene®, My Comment

"Living was about surviving. We confined ourselves to our own neighborhoods just to be able to live." -Former Black Americans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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