Found this video of Billy Preston singing "My Sweet Lord". (A George Harrison composition, I hope you know.) Billy Preston is one of the main reasons that we have that last album that was released by the Beatles, "Let It Be". (They really recorded "Abby Road after that one, but it was released before "Let It Be".) By 1970, for various reasons, the Beatles were still together but in name only. In fact, George Harrison left the recording studio in disgust during the "Let It Be" sessions and went to a Ray Charles concert. Billy Preston was also performing and George was so impressed, he asked him join in the recording sessions. It is believed that Billy Preston with his gregarious personality was a calming influence and they were able to complete the album (which was hundreds of hours of music, with really not much planning into as an album...I hope that makes sense, look it up!) Sadly, Billy Preston passed away in 2006 and it must not have been long after this concert in honor of George Harrison. (I believe that this was the Concert for George at the Albert Hall in London. Be sure and notice Paul McCartney on guitar, Ringo on the drums and Dhani Harrison also playing guitar, George's son!)
Now, as you are listening to this song with the great vocal by Billy Preston, perhaps you would like some instructions on making face masks. There is a shortage in the USA and even hospitals are asking for help. These might not be perfect but the attitude is that "something is better than nothing." Many of those who can sew were inspired to come up with something when the CDC urged hospitals to use bandanas if their medical masks ran out! You may read more about it just here.
There are also masks that you can crochet...
Even if the face masks are not a total protection from virus germs, they would do two things: 1) Would make you stop touching your face and 2) Help with social distancing. When someone sees you in a mask, it is reminder that we are GOING THROUGH SOMETHING BIG and it is SERIOUS. So, BACK UP! I know the experts say 6 feet apart but let's try for 10 feet...after all, that is 4 the better!
See, I hope that makes you smile.
Having said all that...staying at home, you won't have to wear a mask but if you HAVE to go out for necessary things, I think wearing a mask would be a good thing. (Our county just tonight issued a stay at home, shelter in place order but essential businesses are still open. For those who work in essential businesses, health care, grocery stores, gas stations, auto repair shops...they should wear masks!)
I made a crochet face mask this week. I didn't think of looking at instructions, I just kind of winged it...crocheted a piece and added some crocheted ear "hooks" at the end and used a handkerchief inside for my filter. I will go back and study these videos I gave you and try again! Listening to music, of course. "My Sweet Lord".
Be safe everyone, please take care.
Sending you love from my part of the world...Georgia, USA.