Don Bricker, Chief Operating Officer
I have a few face masks. While getting in daily walks for exercise, I stick to social distancing rather than a mask, but am wearing one when I go into more public settings like grocery stores or Home Depot.
I started out using an industrial mask that I wear doing activities that triggers my allergies and asthma in normal times. However, those masks are really uncomfortable, and wearing them around town got old quick. However, I am one of the fortunate who is married to a quilter, and she has made me a couple of reasonably comfortable masks.
The mask-wearing experience certainly feels awkward, but if we can adjust, it seems like one way to really combat the spread of the virus. Like many, I hope to get back to some semblance of normal life soon, and I think using a mask for now is a small price to pay.