Judging by the hair style, this young chap is a proud member of the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa Football Club. the Face of Everyman hopes to build an arena similar to those of other top teams like Manchester United.
The Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa has been blanketed in smoke and haze from forest fires raging in an alternative universe. Seen above are two EMTs assigned to help the elderly and infirmed deal with the polluted air. the Face of Everyman had given out his last face mask; there was nothing else he could do but remind folks to stay in their nest till onshore winds improved air quality.
Intense rains had fallen and flood waters overwhelmed the levees surrounding the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa. Webster from FEMA came down to tell the Face of Everyman that it would be after lunch before the emergency pumps would be repaired. A Helo crew could drop K-rations or rescue the venerable sage if the swirling waters rose any higher. Everyman showed no concern; after all, he had experienced the crushing force of the Johnstown Flood of 1889.
The circus is ready to leave their winter quarters in the meadow near the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa. Various acts are making last minute improvements. These two asked the venerable sage to suggest a “snappy” name. the Face of Everyman deemed this duo: The Flying St Croix Twins. They’ll go on to make their fortune this summer as top draw Barnstormers.
Wally spent most of the morning trying to decide between Flowers or Candy as an appropriate gift. The posh arcade shops at the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa offered a bewildering selection gifts and cards for those guests celebrating St. Valentines Day. At the urging of the Face of Everyman, Wally chose the perfect gift; an anodized leg band inscribed with today’s date. She would wear it always.
Occasionally an eerie specter would appear at the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa. In a thick foreign accent he seemed to be saying, “I lost my luggage at LAX.” the Face of Everyman was at a loss as to how to help this small stranger. Budget constraints had forced the closure of the local Travellers’ Aid Society.