I often enjoy Nandi Bushell's (@Nandi_Bushell) music on Twitter,
but the Bushell family video about social distancing called
Don’t spread it! Stay in and shred it!!! is extra special!
Thank you, Bushell family!
On Monday, March 30, 2020, while Julie and I were finishing our blog post, Peaceful Parks While Social Distancing, we got to talking about how we appreciated all the humor and creativity we were seeing on social media while everyone was social distancing. We were impressed by some of the very gifted people sharing their talents, and we liked how some people were using humor to cope with the stress of the current coronavirus crisis.
I decided to grab my @sos_jr tweets and retweets from this stressful time period that I thought demonstrated positive humor or creativity on the Twitterverse, and some tweets that had some personal significance. Please share those that you enjoy by retweeting them, so that your Twitter followers can share in a laugh, or appreciate the talent.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
This is one of the best! Thank you, Bushell family! To everyone reading this blog post, please be sure to share their tweet!
Friday, March 27, 2020
Tonight I watched a free movie using @hooplaDigital with my @CuyahogaLib #library card.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 28, 2020
You can apply online for your library card here https://t.co/W4h8iXZKGu
You can see all of @CuyahogaLib’s digital collection here https://t.co/Slvn98S8HJ pic.twitter.com/7T8uYozgXc
Saturday, March 28, 2020
In the 90s who would have predicted one day they’d take such delight in watching The Terminator cycling after a pair of little donkey horses pic.twitter.com/aM62dPgb2m— Toby Earle (@TobyonTV) March 28, 2020
Donkey horses— Linn (@Linn1709) March 28, 2020
(*miniature donkey, Lulu, and pony, Whisky)
But no, I did not see this coming
Yesterday I bought a sheet cake for absolutely no reason at all. At first we all cut slices and ate them like civilization still exists. But today we are all grabbing a fork and taking bites as needed. Sure, I'm going to have a lot of forks to wash but it'll have been worth it. pic.twitter.com/7D5V9EIiCN— Polly Karr (@karr_pe) March 28, 2020
Social distancing means avoiding large gatherings and maintaining distance (6 ft) from others. While we're at it, remember to keep it at least 300 ft for larger wildlife.— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) March 25, 2020
Check park websites for the most up to date information regarding access and services.#SocialDistancing pic.twitter.com/BlqfvGflEO
Please listen to Max's wise words everyone. It's great advice & we simply can't take the risk of endangering Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner & Dick Van Dyke, who represent a collective 284 years of comic genius!!! #coronavirus #DontBeASpreader https://t.co/oXrWT3ktCe— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) March 16, 2020
This daddy beatboxing and teaching his baby girl the alphabet and numbers during self-isolation is the Twitter content I’m here for... pic.twitter.com/tFHpVoSwpg— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) March 20, 2020
How to respect wildlife! Keep a safe distance https://t.co/npabQT1sMQ— Leave No Trace (@leavenotrace) March 26, 2020
Congratulations Monterra! https://t.co/hOSJdVN6LE— Tina Kovach (@ubeme) March 28, 2020
Sunday, March 29, 2020
My kids wanted to go to a movie today, so I made a movie theater. (I feel like if journalism doesn’t work out I could make it as, like, a crafty dad blogger.) pic.twitter.com/oC8xQ6QG31— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) March 29, 2020
Howard’s soccer team for the win ! pic.twitter.com/A5YMqEqveq— HBCU Confessions (@HBCUfessions) March 28, 2020
The original Zoom meeting pic.twitter.com/WSCYkaTCHP— John M. Cunningham (@jmcunning) March 28, 2020
Too cute!! https://t.co/dJlOEgJCVD— Lisa Chanana (@LLChanana) March 20, 2020
What’s CVLT actress Bekah Neubecker doing while our production of “Pippin” is on hold? Making parodies! https://t.co/mja4Anj6Ju #chagrinfalls #quarantinetime #phineasandferb #chagrintheatre #chagrinvalley #cleveland @YouTube #stayhome— CVLT (@ChagrinTheatre) March 27, 2020
Yesterday I heard a bird in our chimney.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 29, 2020
Today, I opened the chimney flue to let the bird (sparrow??) into fireplace (fireplace screen kept bird from escaping) — our cat went crazy!
It escaped into the house, but I trapped it in our room & got it to fly out open window! pic.twitter.com/OdjI7qRINq
I want to download moving image I shared on Twitter@Twitter says it is an animated GIF that they provide in my iPhone app, but it is really a mp4 file located at: https://t.co/7Ny3RKy3wi— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 29, 2020
Interesting to learn that is is a mp4!https://t.co/Wib2KkZS2fhttps://t.co/pl4017RyoA pic.twitter.com/4FWTO3i34l
The piano-playing genius's name is @dannymatz90, and he most definitely deserves your follow.— Peter Shankman (@petershankman) March 28, 2020
@RomneySmith, what a great video you shared on @WKYC about @CannadayChapman talking with the students at @CLEMetroSchools' Charles Dickens School!— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 29, 2020
I learned about the #DickensReads program from @margbern & @Rhonda_Crowder https://t.co/cZpUXBV49z
Very impressive program! https://t.co/siXC0A4xAc pic.twitter.com/e7ne48hNv1
Thanks for sharing Stuart— The Writerprenuer (@Rhonda_Crowder) March 29, 2020
Isolation latino style... pic.twitter.com/17AlnYHYIk— Enrique Acevedo (@Enrique_Acevedo) March 28, 2020
What an adventure!!!!— BarbaraSandon Norris (@sandon53) March 29, 2020
Thank you!!!— Romney Smith (@RomneySmith) March 29, 2020
i'm sitting here reading about the evolution of cats and, as i look up for a moment to reflect on what i just read, i notice the glass i'm drinking out of has the lion from the wizard of oz on it. pic.twitter.com/pV9ZBgr59X— (@radiant_path) March 29, 2020
The easiest way to practice social distancing while voting? Absentee ballot! The Ohio General Assembly has extended the vote by mail deadline until April 28. Make your voice heard! Vote! https://t.co/zqtZZ6MI0k pic.twitter.com/pZbwexPWJ4— ClevelandPubLibrary (@Cleveland_PL) March 29, 2020
If you missed the live stream of tonight's performance, you can catch up here:https://t.co/wpIx18oXBe— Rubber City Theatre (@RubberCityThea) March 14, 2020
CACTUS, a short play by David Hansen— David Stay-at-Hansen (@dhansenx) March 21, 2020
Performed by Nina McCollum
"The Short Play Project" is a social distance art experiment. I have written over 100 short plays, and have asked folks to create short films from them.https://t.co/Ndoc8NErXD pic.twitter.com/F4t2RAnfRB
You can get instant access to our digital collection of eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and TV shows, music and more from home. Just sign up for a library card (or use your current card) and enjoy. https://t.co/VibkmcIBCJ pic.twitter.com/2aX41pRIV5— Cuyahoga Library (@CuyahogaLib) March 13, 2020
Made it out to the big Euclid Arcade for what would normally be Urban Sketchers day here in Cleveland. Did not touch a single surface and there was only three sets of people coming through there the whole time I was painting. No one came near me or went … https://t.co/4KIcoOBPUw pic.twitter.com/2BtoZ6AUfH— Jeff Suntala (@JeffSuntala) March 30, 2020
Some fantastic quarantined Coldplay straight from Italy. Love these little dudes. pic.twitter.com/VOqL1MIooI— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) March 29, 2020
My Aries queen https://t.co/oMPz0XSgMB— Jaz (@JazminALong) March 30, 2020
Me when someone asks what day it is pic.twitter.com/1lhUh4eRUh— John Robert Allman (@Johnny_Allman) March 29, 2020
Earlier today I spoke with @ItsCodyBraun who is hard at work integrating Off The Easel (our art bot app) with @Flickr! Soon enough we will be able to import millions of artworks directly from Flickr. I can't wait. So much bot potential there ;)— Andrei Taraschuk (@andreitr) March 30, 2020
Monday, March 30, 2020
Fantastic! Love them too. https://t.co/BvikeB5eQY— ToniChanakas (@tonichanakas) March 30, 2020
March 1st and now. pic.twitter.com/nNMefT0E0Y— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 30, 2020
i need to practice social distancing from my fridge— tia hachwa (@tiaa_hachwaa) March 30, 2020
BREAKING: Scientists announce with 70% certainty that today is Monday, and that current weather conditions place us somewhere between March and June.— Have I Got News For You (@haveigotnews) March 30, 2020
Want to defeat coronavirus? Try to take this guy’s championship from him. Please observe social distancing guidelines at all times! It could make you a World Champion. And, ya know... help you and your loved ones live. #SocialDistanacing #FindYourPark pic.twitter.com/TXXDKOHKRn— J. A. Garfield NHS (@GarfieldNPS) March 30, 2020
Still confused about social distancing? Let this 4-year-old explain pic.twitter.com/jMQr5VViIF— NowThis (@nowthisnews) March 30, 2020
Some worthwhile reading to take your mind off the current state of affairs... https://t.co/pJ4nsxhLkT— Jennifer Trivelli (@trivellij) March 30, 2020
#HeyAkron it's #330ShirtDay day! Post a pic of yourself wearing your fav locally-themed t-shirt to FB, Twitter & IG using #330ShirtDay @AkronSummitCVB will repost & U could win $330 in gift certificates. #squarerecords #TogetherAkron pic.twitter.com/JiJ6ZqcvuC— (@downtownakron) March 30, 2020
Tommy Jr & Beau challenge you to participate in this awesome service challenge: chips + candy bar + PB&J, bagged (x50) and sent to St Augustine’s church for those hungry during this crisis. Send us a video of your participation to: firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/wR6KAQr8GI— Cleveland Athletic Academy (@CLEATHAcademy) March 28, 2020
I can’t stop. pic.twitter.com/s9KPIrWdMt— Kristen Wright (@KWright_PEI) March 28, 2020
Just mad because he's wearing sunglasses! pic.twitter.com/EvQK9KbzCY— Ellen Maas (@EDvLMaas) March 29, 2020
Do you miss our galleries? We do too.— Akron Art Museum (@AkronArtMuseum) March 21, 2020
Post your favorite picture of you and your friends, family, or whoever just made a great shot in the museum and tag us with #AkronArtMuseum and #MuseumFromHome pic.twitter.com/vubNf0TBZU
Love this. https://t.co/2k3eTLoUJc— ToniChanakas (@tonichanakas) March 30, 2020
Basically. pic.twitter.com/TKmRBr9Aef— Shanelle Smith Whigham (@ShanelleLSmith) March 31, 2020
nothing calms the nerves like the eye of sauron https://t.co/kEj5TH7m00— tc (@chillmage) March 31, 2020
this is one of those things that I bet sounded cool in a zoom meeting but is absolutely terrifying in execution https://t.co/WPOvd9nUBl— chris person (@Papapishu) March 31, 2020
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
"When I was young, I admired clever people. Now that I am old, I admire kind people." ~Abraham Joshua Heschel— Eliminate Prejudice (@elimin8prejudic) March 31, 2020
In an effort to brighten the mood—we've queued some less traditional color combos, in lieu of our default (RED-WHITE-BLUE). Be well! pic.twitter.com/PcGoLJDZlz— Terminal Tower CLE (@TowerLightsCLE) March 30, 2020
Loving this! pic.twitter.com/PynZFCAOLe— Meiji_q (@q_meiji) March 29, 2020
I didn’t know I needed this. https://t.co/IxuUKjPjpP— Brandy Schillace (@bschillace) March 28, 2020
New blog post: “Peaceful Parks While #SocialDistancing”https://t.co/nkuC1laK12— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 31, 2020
We use parks to deal with #coronavirus related stress.
Walk for both physical & #mentalHealth!!
Thank you:@CleveMetroparks@Metro_Parks@CVNPNPS@LakeMetroparks@GeaugaParks@CityOfMentor@OhioDNR pic.twitter.com/bOwyCvZXHL
I have no words. pic.twitter.com/yHYIKq8bzM— Love Yo Self ✨ (@MichellCClark) March 30, 2020
During these unprecedented times, every athlete from across the globe stands idle, as sporting events everywhere are cancelled...— Dick King-Smith HQ (@DickKingSmith) March 30, 2020
Every athlete but ONE. pic.twitter.com/yIgg7n91aD
Who can relate? https://t.co/omV1uN9wJa— Content Marketing Institute (@CMIContent) March 31, 2020
happy march 311th.— Homa Bash (@HomaBashWEWS) March 31, 2020
Report by @RomneySmith --@EdwinsCLE has a 4 for $40 special. Not only French fine dining, but meatloaf & potatoes— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 31, 2020
Also, sell eggs, butter, yeast, prepared foods for local community in Buckeye.
Thanks, @CleveFoundation, for sharing interesting story. https://t.co/YdP7tRo6ky pic.twitter.com/jWlNdPOuEs
The fudge stares back. pic.twitter.com/di8htat3Hh— Shannon "Nonsense Decimal Math" Eichorn (@ShannonEichorn) March 31, 2020
The state of Twitter #artbots for March:— Andrei Taraschuk (@andreitr) March 31, 2020
Total accounts: 397
Suspended accounts: 16
New followers: 117,039 (total 1,6M)
Guess I'll have to look at my city through pics on Twitter since I can't go out and enjoy for myself https://t.co/cri1hRFFZ0— LADY SILK (@AlltheFlyThings) March 31, 2020
Love how the next two tweets go together!
Hi. I designed some coronavirus travel posters for you. Stay the F* home. Love you all. pic.twitter.com/mzY52GFm6Z— Jennifer Baer (@jenniferbaer) March 26, 2020
Hi! We took your advice seriously. pic.twitter.com/PvaGqRa1oU— EJ Mangus (@ejmangus) March 29, 2020
@sos_jr Thanks again for your amazing support!!— May Dugan Center (@MayDuganCenter) March 31, 2020
Not muting your mic is the new reply all— Dani Burger (@daniburgz) March 30, 2020
not a fan of these new march calendars pic.twitter.com/jKRRfAaHbt— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) March 31, 2020
my boss turned herself into a potato on our Microsoft teams meeting and can’t figure out how to turn the setting off, so she was just stuck like this the entire meeting pic.twitter.com/uHLgJUOsXk— Rachele with an e but pronounced Rachel (@PettyClegg) March 30, 2020
My Cleveland. https://t.co/Wq9xIvWveB— Connie Schultz (@ConnieSchultz) March 31, 2020
Cleveland Metropolitan School District students can pick up free books when they pick up their lunches https://t.co/TGJYjPf4gh— Cleveland Foundation (@CleveFoundation) March 31, 2020
I visited @CleveMetroparks today. I was impressed with new informative signage.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) March 31, 2020
Also more areas are physically closed since the last time I was at this park to keep people safe from #coronavirus!
Situation keeps changing, so check for #COVID19 updates https://t.co/YrJ45jXwmb https://t.co/WZ7Vu67ZRS pic.twitter.com/kixjJXIMg9
By the way, April Fools is cancelled tomorrow. Keep your jokes to yourself because this whole year has been one already. We tired.— Chris J. Suggs (@chrisjsuggs) March 31, 2020
Tomorrow is March 32nd.
Keep this in mind as we continue to be under a #stayathome order and the weather gets warmer!— Mike Brookbank (@brookbanktv) March 31, 2020
I saw tons of people — even on a cloudy, cold day — taking advantage of the @clevemetroparks.
Safety first, friends. #stayathomeohio pic.twitter.com/K4GxxPVBKJ
Before this crisis, Twitter was often a diversion. Now, most of the time I show up here to see how so many of you are doing. I've become attached.— Connie Schultz (@ConnieSchultz) April 1, 2020
This is your evening reminder to breathe.
PSA: Do us all a favor and save that oh-so-clever April Fool’s joke for next year. Ain’t nobody got time for that foolishness this year.— Jonathan Capehart (@CapehartJ) April 1, 2020
This is the talented Marsh Family.— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) March 31, 2020
Here are three minutes and fifty four seconds that will make your day better. Promise.
A COVID-19 lockdown version of Les Mis — with lyrics.
“One Day More. pic.twitter.com/Ax3nqJaxcg
I feel very excited to have had a work-related reason to send this photo around to coworkers. Delivered, of course, in an email that just said "AYYYYYY." pic.twitter.com/HAjfnmZHxy— Kate Kaput (@katekaput) April 1, 2020
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - April Fools' Day!
Everyone on the Twitterverse decided not to celebrate April Fools Day this year -- no one is in the mood!!
A great message from @givecampnwa as it serves Northern #Arkansas with FREE #technology solutions for #nonprofits.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 1, 2020
Thank you, @CleGiveCamp, for retweeting @givecampnwa positive message during these dark times. #GiveCamp #volunteers around our nation help thousands!#CleGC https://t.co/QIsPPIyOUW
Public service announcement. https://t.co/Qc8wluar0u— Jen Steer (@jensteer) April 1, 2020
What an angel https://t.co/sk1nPfec5k— Nici Romo (@NiciRomo) April 1, 2020
Happy April Fools Day. @NPR has a yearly tradition where we try to amuse you with a prank. This year, we aren’t doing it. Too much that is too somber going on. Just too much...everything. We will be back next year. Meanwhile, we will still try and bring you joy, amid...everything— Lulu Garcia-Navarro (@lourdesgnavarro) April 1, 2020
“Alex, I’ll take ‘Best @Jeopardy category ever’ for a thousand, please.” Yep, this happened on Jeopardy! last night. #jamesagarfield #Jeopardy #jamesagarfieldnhs #FindYourPark pic.twitter.com/rknMsEkMMo— J. A. Garfield NHS (@GarfieldNPS) April 1, 2020
Just a bear doing his civic duty (not my video) pic.twitter.com/TdFevOlmmM— Cheryl CANADA (@mini_bubbly) March 31, 2020
The Internet waiting to pounce on the first brand to make an April Fool’s Day joke about coronavirus today... pic.twitter.com/tdMCselxZa— Lukas Treu (@LTreu) April 1, 2020
We did it y’all. Time to take on the decade of April.— Zombri (@MrsBaltes) April 1, 2020
One good thing that came o
nothing describes this situation more accurately pic.twitter.com/Eymfw7a38W— shelby (@Heart_LessGirI) March 27, 2020
ut of all of this. April Fools day is canceled. Worst “holiday” of the year.— Jim F. Kukral (@JimKukral) April 1, 2020
nothing describes this situation more accurately pic.twitter.com/Eymfw7a38W— shelby (@Heart_LessGirI) March 27, 2020
Perspective!!! We can all #StayHomeSaveLives!#SocialDistancing to save lives is not really that hard!!— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 1, 2020
My wife saw this message on Facebook. It made me think how lucky we are.
Thanks, @TravelTalesTips, for the image I found via a Google search. https://t.co/mCVw4e2YX3 pic.twitter.com/FynKLWtoPB
It's a hard pass on April Fools' Day for all of us, right?— mary e. gilmore (@maryegilmore) March 31, 2020
Quarantine day 17: let the music play pic.twitter.com/HUuUKvMZTK— Rob Szczerba (@RJSzczerba) April 1, 2020
“#EuclidCreek is a popular urban oasis for #picnicking, fitness, and other recreational opportunities in a natural setting” https://t.co/83HUb266gP— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 1, 2020
Another great spring day for a walk in the park as we all deal with #coronavirus related stress.
In The Air Tonight drum solo: Quarantine edition pic.twitter.com/iwfHikau0d— Classic Dad Moves (@classicdad) March 31, 2020
“‘keep your park open’ by maintaining a safe #socialDistance”— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 1, 2020
Good info, @RailsToTrails, during #coronavirus crisis! Thanks!
All my local parks have safety guidelines https://t.co/TneOAgxWIZ
cc: @CleveMetroparks @LakeMetroparks @Metro_Parks @GeaugaParks @CVNPNPS @forcvnp https://t.co/3D9LmgIMVq pic.twitter.com/X9bQ3OJlPJ
Stress relief: have some Bart pic.twitter.com/IE8AvU5kH9— Brandy Schillace (@bschillace) April 1, 2020
On one hand, I am a historian of #medicine #death and #grief; I’m the editor of a #health #humanities journal @MedHums_BMJ, I work in areas of #social justice, I write books. On the other, I’m mainly giving you pictures of food and cats. Stay well, friends. However you can. pic.twitter.com/9SnzFTw0aI— Brandy Schillace (@bschillace) April 1, 2020
this is my favorite thing on the internet pic.twitter.com/RQtGIHRjfg— Anne Wheaton (@AnneWheaton) April 1, 2020
Another day in isolation! pic.twitter.com/sy5LujzTR7— Jim Williams (@space_jim1) March 31, 2020
Anyone else's working from home situation look like this?— Lauren Dunne Bolopue ☁️ (@LaurenDunne__c) April 1, 2020
No? Just me? pic.twitter.com/kStia5E4Ez
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Related (source unknown) pic.twitter.com/3LFsNWVD1x— sam whiteman (@blanchomme) April 2, 2020
The next two tweets go together:
Even with its members scattered far and wide by the coronavirus, musicians with the National Orchestra of France film themselves playing "Bolero" alone at home. Part of @AP's One Good Thing series of stories about acts of kindness during the crisis. https://t.co/KHfY01LKV3 pic.twitter.com/9KrmRUBKaB— The Associated Press (@AP) April 2, 2020
I am old enough to remember this soundtrack... pic.twitter.com/2OoUkKS8qU— CarrieT (@UclaBruin1998) April 2, 2020
Somebody suggested my wife should make a toilet paper cake.— Michael Harris (@MichaelH_PhD) April 1, 2020
So she did. pic.twitter.com/8aqoRRevMb
Good morning pic.twitter.com/V8cDfHrGuU— Pants Pantsley (@okpants) April 2, 2020
Sandra the orangutang started washing her hands because she saw all the zookeepers doing it repeatedly during the COVID-19 crisis.— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) April 1, 2020
Wash your hands.
Be more like Sandra. pic.twitter.com/t8TTizDGeD
2020 in a nutshell. https://t.co/q6EIeX92TW— kathysena (@kathysena) April 2, 2020
People are channeling their coronavirus anxieties into ‘quarantine cakes’ and ‘pandemic pastries’ pic.twitter.com/FPKgdO7PIS— NowThis (@nowthisnews) April 2, 2020
Quarantine day 31: pic.twitter.com/qMdBhH9xva— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) April 2, 2020
It’s my baby’s birthday! pic.twitter.com/0yKIXyuvrx— Shug (@supremeshug) April 2, 2020
The HTML <strike> tag is not supported in HTML5.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 2, 2020
I did not remember the correct CSS, so I look it up to find:
text-decoration: line-through pic.twitter.com/iEvPEdGxhg
For everyone who is having a difficult time we hope this silly video brings you some joy. Be strong! We will get through this together. Don’t spread it, stay in and shred it! With love and respect. The Bushell family. pic.twitter.com/ViTUJcz2Tq— Nandi Bushell (@Nandi_Bushell) March 21, 2020
Are you working from home and sad about your cute spring wardrobe just hanging in your closet? Then join me in #fancyfridays - the opposite of casual Fridays, because we currently have casual everyday.— CD Covington is staying home (@exaggerated) April 1, 2020
Getty Museum Challenge. #Covid_19 #QuarantineLife @GettyMuseum Title: Panel with Painted Image of Serapis— MushroomMatt (@MushroomTable) March 30, 2020
Place: Egypt (Place Created)
Date: A.D. 100–200
Medium: Tempera on wood
Object Number: 74.AP.21 pic.twitter.com/OgkOZYvGVq
„kleines Miststück“, Peter Herrmann 2015 pic.twitter.com/ejsPSVWWYC— Frau Hasenherz (@FrauHasenherz) March 30, 2020
Thank You, Tom Kunsman, for the NASA Virtual Tour Announcement
Tom Kunsman is great at promoting all things NASA in our community. I greatly appreciate that he sent me the NASA Glenn announcement below, on April 2nd.
I learn a lot from him, and he has arranged for me to attend events at NASA Glenn that I have written about in my many NASA blog posts (which you can read by clicking here)!
Thanks, @tkunsman, for sending me this @NASAglenn virtual tour announcement. https://t.co/vIoTryRZLb@tkunsman, you are the absolute best supporter of @NASAglenn, @NASA_GVIS and @glennlibrary — I appreciate how you always share your vast #NASA knowledge with others!! https://t.co/qu8HFK73LE— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 2, 2020
Friday, April 3, 2020
Thank you, May Dugan Center, for the Positive Shoutout!
I just wanted to feature these tweets from Friday, April 3, 2020, to thank the May Dugan Center!
OUR COMMUNITY HEROES OF THE WEEK #Cleveland #FollowFriday @ADAMHSBoardCC @MHAC_Ohio @brooklyncentre @StAugLearnCntr @CLEvolunteers @urbanorchidflor @vievararosel @dlmyles1012 @LandofCleves @sos_jr @DetroitShoreway @paulakampf @CleCityCouncil @KerryMcCormack1 @KevinBarryTV pic.twitter.com/Qen31XjOMq— May Dugan Center (@MayDuganCenter) April 3, 2020
Thank you, @MayDuganCenter, for the positive shoutout.— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 3, 2020
I’m glad to be able to share information about your important work https://t.co/ESmq6SVh8shttps://t.co/jMkRYJyvkN https://t.co/5uQRDZoDLi pic.twitter.com/1mQkEfI6VF
Saturday, April 4, 2020
Thank you, Summit Artspace!
I appreciate the positive mention by Summit Artspace!! They included my @sos_jr Twitter name in their promotion of their Saturday, April, 4, 2020, virtual Akron Art Walk. I have written several blog posts about Summit Artspace that you can read by clicking here.
Goin' at it in BIG VIRTUAL WAY 5:30p today for #SummitArtspace #AkronArtwalk. See what's up with #zentangle phenom Totally Tangled Creations @madpacoh5. Info here: https://t.co/0OP51CE121. Demos, art shows, pop-ups, artist talk. @downtownakron @akronist @akrondevilstrip @sos_jr pic.twitter.com/hdmX7WCPKH— Summit Artspace (@AkronAreaArts) April 4, 2020
#BabyShark has competition from @LivDreamCreate, part of virtual #AkronArtwalk today 5:30p #SummitArtspace & DT Akron Artwalk Facebook pages, Instagram. Info here: https://t.co/0OP51CE121. Demos, art shows, pop-ups, artist talk @downtownakron @akronist @akrondevilstrip @sos_jr pic.twitter.com/Q8ySe4LjKB— Summit Artspace (@AkronAreaArts) April 4, 2020
Thank you, Jürgen Bosch, for the Twitter Direct Message
On Thursday, April 2, 2020, I received a direct message from Jürgen Bosch (@Bosch_LAB) with a video from his Coronavirus: How it Ticks n What we are Doing to Stop it talk at the Case Western Reserves Institute for the Science of Origins (ISO). (FYI, during the coronavirus crisis, their meetings have been moved online.)
The Institute for the Science of Origins (ISO) is a collaborative team of faculty members and researchers from diverse scientific disciplines seeking to understand how complex systems emerge and evolve, from the universe to the mind, from microbes to humanity.
Learn more about the Institute for the Science of Origins (ISO) at:
I shared Coronavirus: How it Ticks n What we are Doing to Stop it on Twitter -- please retweet the following so that others will learn this important information:
WOW!— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 5, 2020
"#Coronavirus: How it Ticks n What we are Doing to Stop it" with @Bosch_LAB, @CWRU's School of #Medicine @CWRUSOM.
GREAT video on @Princehouse's YouTube Channel at: https://t.co/jVVix5QMs8
Thank you, @Bosch_LAB, for sending me your talk about #COVID19 to share with others pic.twitter.com/QClFblsjfH
. @Bosch_LAB's #Coronavirus talk also had information from @metrohealthCLE and @OHdeptofhealth about #COVID19: https://t.co/iGy293Vxhlhttps://t.co/c9X41ylA4z— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 5, 2020
Information about @CWRU's "Institute for the #Science of Origins" at: https://t.co/ievPEd7XzE
cc: @Princehouse pic.twitter.com/sNF5j46HTv
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Sunday, April 5, 2020
Thank you, Patricia Kellogg! -- Little Fires Everywhere
Thank you, Patricia Kellogg, for tagging me in this video about this Shaker Heights-inspired show.
https://t.co/jkLzgUE5cm— Patricia Kellogg (@PatriciaKellogg) April 5, 2020
CBS Sunday morning it's about Little Fires Everywhere. This news segment is actually filmed here in Cleveland, Shaker Hts, not like the series which is filmed in LA @LittleFiresHulu @sos_jr @cleveland19news @amy91774 @sandon53 @CBSSunday @JeffTanchak19
I love how Heinens is Weinens on the grocery bags in the TV show. But many references to Plain Dealer!— BarbaraSandon Norris (@sandon53) April 5, 2020
Monday, April 6, 2020
Update about Eggshelland 2020.
Delivery Error! Tasty Victory for My Neighbor!
As Julie and I mentioned in our blog post Peaceful Parks While Social Distancing, we have been ordering take-out to support local restaurants. On Monday, April 6, 2020, we ordered delivery instead of take-out, which ended up netting FREE pizza for our neighbor.
Pizza!— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 6, 2020
Ordered pizza delivery & learned from a neighbor on the next street that the driver took to their house by mistake!
So now both my neighbor’s & my family will have pizza tonight!
Pizza for everyone in both households! pic.twitter.com/6n5Hginj7O
Pizza!— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 6, 2020
Enjoying pizza late due to delivery error.
The delivery error is a GREAT TASTY victory since my neighbor received FREE pizza!
FREE pizza is always a good thing.
I got extra pizza for a future meals
Backpacking Humor, but Reason for Humor is Very Sad!
Video:— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 7, 2020
“No Cat Holes in the Back Yard”
10 tips for frustrated #backpackers (like me) who are stuck at home today due to #COVID19!
Remember to be safe — #StayHomeSaveLives!
cc: @CDNST1 @AT_Conservancy @PCTAssociation @ALDHAeast @ALDHAWest pic.twitter.com/9m8pwFUtxZ
The reason that the video above was created is that all the long-distance trail organizations do not want backpackers to hike at this time. I was supposed to be in New Mexico on Monday, April 6, 2020, preparing to start a hike on Tuesday, but...
With @CDCgov guidelines to avoid discretionary travel extended, our Southern Terminus Shuttle will not run during April. We urge anyone considering a trip on the CDT or currently on trail to adhere to local, state, and nat'l public health recs: #StayHome.https://t.co/jWIiS2Vt9h— CDTC (@CDNST1) April 1, 2020
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Continental Divide Trail Adventure 2020 Canceled -- Looking Forward to 2021!
April 7th, I want to thank @CDNST1 for both their March letter confirming my Continental Divide Trail shuttle (which is now canceled) & the shirt I purchased— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - sosAssociates.com (@sos_jr) April 7, 2020
From being excited https://t.co/b2r376BRsn
To disappointed https://t.co/OsSbol5SIt
I’m now looking forward to 2021! pic.twitter.com/CbJ16asRG4
Related Blog Posts
I normally like to list related blog posts that I have written, but during this coronavirus crisis, it is very sad to think that most of the places I normally write about at sosAssociates.com/Blog are currently closed. The few places still open are our local parks, so please read the recent blog that Julie and I wrote about our experience safely visiting the many park systems we have in Northeast Ohio:
- Blog Date: March 30, 2020 - Peaceful Parks While Social Distancing