We blame the camel for ALL of it #3Things #JennyandFriends #humpday

By jennyd on May 12, 2021
SCHLOSS HOLTE-STUKENBROCK, GERMANY – APRIL 20: A camel is seen as visitors of the drive through Zoo Safariland Stukenbrock are seen in their cars during the novel coronavirus crisis on April 20, 2020 in Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, Germany. Since all regular zoos in Germany are currently closed as part of restrictions imposed by authorities to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Stuckenbrock Safariland Zoo is one of the few places zoo enthusiasts can turn to. Germany is taking its first steps to ease restrictions on public life that had been imposed weeks ago in order to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Shops across the country are reopening, factory assembly lines are restarting and high schools are holding final exams. Health leaders are monitoring the process carefully for any resurgence of coronavirus infections. The number of infections nationwide is still rising, though so far at a declining rate. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)

Murphy and I decided it is ALL the camel’s fault!! #Blamethecamel #jennyandfriends #humpday #3things mornings at 7:15 on #KOSI101

XO – Jenny   … (p.s. not actual camels were hurt in this broadcast)


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