Who would have thought, on Jan. 1, 2020, that the world would look like this on Dec. 31, 2020? Masked, isolated, separated, and searching for the elusive “new normal.” Kids and parents working and schooling from home, and all of them wondering why the idea of an open concept home was ever appealing. Schools sanitizedContinue reading “2020: We Dove Into A Dumpster Fire And Found Flowers”
I lost a friend to the coronavirus this week. John wasn’t young, and his health was more than a little compromised. I won’t even deny those things. But that did not mean he deserved a death like this. He was hospitalized less than 48 hours, and not even sick enough for a ventilator. Respiratory andContinue reading “This $%!# Just Got Real This Week”
I live in the South Florida area, and that is all you need to know when it comes to COVID-19. We are well over the 100,000 mark in terms of number of infections, and our state infection rate is over 10%. Our deaths per number of infections depends on whom you believe: the actual scientistsContinue reading “I’m Not Entitled, It’s Just About My Rights!”
George Floyd’s death did not start the riots. They’ve always been there, buried rage in the hearts and minds of many people. His murder released the rage, and that rage is irreversible.
Three months since my last trim, and my hair has officially gone back to the 1980s. I had thick, curly, wavy hair that hit just above shoulder-length prior to lock down. It is now past shoulder length and big. Pouffy, large, teased-out and not happy about it. And by big, I mean big on itsContinue reading “I’ve Got Thowback Hair In These Quarantine Times”
I just had a birthday in lockdown. Not a big deal, or maybe it is. I never was the whoop-it-up type. Never went out, caroused, stayed out too late and came home not recalling where I was. I don’t come from particularly conservative people. My family could bring on a bash as well as theContinue reading “Just When You Want To Celebrate…You Can’t”
OK, we’re all understandably a little scared. And anxious and nervous and needy. Not to mention concerned about having enough TP to last another week. Stop a minute. COVID-19 is serious stuff. Whole newscasts consist of nothing but reporting on it, plus hour-long news specials filled with experts, numbers, data, statistics, and a daily doseContinue reading “Rage Against The Virus”
A will keeps your business out of the probate court, prevents fighting among family and gives you a shot at some afterlife revenge.