Today is a mash-up day. I’ve put together a list of interesting reads and places to visit over the Independence Day holiday. These should give you something to do so you can stay inside, or away from people, and remain safe. Yesterday, during an interview on National Public Radio (NPR), I heard Tom Frieden (former … Read more June 30, 2020 – Sources & Resources
Even though she was wearing a mask, I knew there was a lot of lip-pointing going on. She was signalling me to be careful around them and to alert me when they were committing any quarantine faux pas.
All this to say, Dr. Swan is not a wacko. Still, flatulence as a carrier for Coronavirus…I don’t know…sounds like some weird idea Winthrop Dijkstra-Baum would come up with.
From this day forward, May 4, 2020 shall forever be known as the day that many people throughout the country were given permission to pee in the community swimming pool that is the United States of America.
What is to be done when everyone in your world decides they need to “help” you see the light? Who knew the people you care so much about could be so dang irritating!
Thursday, April 9, 2020 – Live to Blog from An Imagination Vacation For those of you wearing masks (which should be everyone), please do NOT remove your mask to scratch your nose. You don’t pull down your pants to scratch your butt, do you? Who’ll Take the Dogs Out? Our day began with a little … Read more Day 25 – Stories of COVID-19 and Sheltering-In-Place
Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Live to Blog with a Sad Smile I got hit in the mouth today. It was an accident but it still smarted. No, I wasn’t “lipping off” to anyone. I was just walking the dogs. To be clear, there was no permanent damage and I won’t need plastic surgery to … Read more Day 24 – Stories of COVID-19 and Sheltering-In-Place
For the first time in nearly a month we ventured out of our home together to do shopping and to take the Girls to the vet. It was an absolutely okay experience.
Monday, April 6, 2020 – Live to Blog from Under a Funk Somedays you feel so low you only want to talk to your socks. Fortunately, Bert (left) and Ernie (right) were up for a conversation. Truthfully, though, they really do mumble and I cannot understand a word they say. So, I’m recreating our conversation … Read more Day 22 – Stories of COVID-19 and Sheltering-In-Place