Sending a big THANK YOU to The Blade for including me in a recent article addressing etiquette during a pandemic.
Please click the link below to review the article.
Never begin a speech or sentence with, “I have to say”. You do not have to say anything.
Pay heed to the words in the self portrait of 17th century Italian Baroque painter, Salvatore Rosa, “Aut tace aut loquere meliora silento”. When translated means, “Be quiet, unless your speech be better than silence”.
If you are a passenger in a vehicle, do not touch the stereo. Do not change the station, the volume, or the source.
You may only touch the stereo if the driver says, “Would you like to select the music?”, or any phrase similar.
In the event you come across a leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day, it’s imperative you follow proper leprechaun protocol while interacting with the leprechaun. Not doing so, could mean many years of unwanted bad luck.
When meeting a leprechaun:
“May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow, And may trouble avoid you, wherever you go.” -Irish Blessing
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Pajamas should be worn in bed and while lounging at home.
Common Sense Etiquette: DO NOT wear PJ’s to the store, restaurant, gas station, school, or any other public place. Do not wear them in the car either. If you have car problems, you may have to get out of the car and step into public view.
Always show respect for yourself. Dress appropriately.
To all the men, women, and families who have served, thank you for your sacrifices; for protecting our families and freedom.
Today and everyday, we honor your service.
Happy Veterans Day!