Friday, July 10, 2020

Magical Quarantine Memes (Part 16)

Happy Friday!  Eliot and I have had a crazy busy week... but since it's Friday, I wanted to do  a quick round of Magical Quarantine Memes!  Back in April, when we were right in the thick of things, I saw a lot of fun chalk art circulating around Facebook.  

One of my favorite stories was of a Queens teacher who used chalk art to brighten up her neighborhood with characters and inspiring quotes.  Jennifer Marino-Bonventre drew the artwork, and her friend and neighbor Mary Sanchez shared the photos over on Facebook.  (You can read more about the story here!)  I thought this chalk art was fun so I wanted to share the photos with you too!

If you haven't been following along with my weekly meme posts, you can still catch up with all of them here: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6 , Part 7Part 8Part 9Part 10Part 11Part 12, Part 13, Part 14 and Part 15.

After 4 months of this... I really hope so Snow White... 

We're all a team... even if it doesn't feel like it right now.

It's important to keep things in perspective.

An important fact that we all can't seem to agree upon as of late...

At this point, I think we need a miracle.

This is one of my all time favorite Disney quotes.

I'm pretty sure everyone in the country needs to hear this and truly understand it.

Forky always makes me smile!!!

Naturally, I saved another song, and one of my favorite Disney characters, for last.  I really hope that we can look back at 2020 with new knowledge and power someday.

I hope you enjoyed this round of magical memes.  We're winding down, but I still have a few more posts planned.  Part 17 of my Magical Quarantine Memes series will be coming next Friday!  Take care and enjoy your weekend!!!  °o°

Please Note: I did not make any of these memes and I don't claim ownership of the photos or the jokes.  Most of them I've seen uncredited on Facebook from other people who have shared them.  I just wanted to put them all in one spot so we might try to find some humor in a dark time when we could use a smile.

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