So Glad That’s Over Remember back when we were worried about the pandemic? We thought we had to stay away from crowds, keep six feet apart, all that good stuff? I’m so glad that’s over. Crowds have been everywhere for … Continue reading
Tag Archives: coronavirus
Why I’m Terrified
Surprise, it’s not the coronavirus that has me terrified. It’s the election. But you probably know that. The coronavirus is a huge inconvenience. I’m saddened by the deaths and mismanagement, I’m tired of it, and it’s not going away. I … Continue reading
Pandemic Reflections #2
I have some upbeat items for today’s post, then back to the frets and worries. My Pandemic Wardrobe A fashionista I am not, so it’s just good fortune that I seem to have the perfect wardrobe for my pandemic experience. … Continue reading
What Do You Desire?
One of my strongest personality traits is my ability to suppress desire for things I cannot have. This has served me well off and on, but especially for the past two months of Covid-19 social distancing. Many of my friends … Continue reading
Course Change Ahead?
Uh Oh! I hope I’m not typical of how we are all doing during our “stay home, stay safe” life. Because I’m fine. The longer this goes on, the less anxious I am to get back to what qualified as … Continue reading
Air Trump Live? Yes. No. Please, not daily.
Recently, there’s been a bit of a ruckus over live coverage of Trump’s daily press conferences. His current press secretary has not held a single press conference since being appointed to the position a year ago. But when Trump could … Continue reading
Advanced Directives Amidst a Pandemic
A year ago, my health was deteriorating, and I was struggling to figure out what was wrong. I was steadily losing my ability to walk up any sort of incline, much less a hill. After tinkering with asthma meds and … Continue reading
#Die For the Dow?
Yeah, no thanks. I actually have a friend who plans on staying away from the hospital if she gets sick. But it’s not the Dow she’s worried about. She’s in her 80s and wants to make sure that younger people … Continue reading