The Week In Seven Photos

You know you have been in the house too long when you’ve driven the dog to a breakdown and you find yourself walking through the house chanting to yourself “who you gonna call, Ghostbusters!”  I’m not exactly sure what has occurred over these last two weeks, although I believe it began when I had to…

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The Week In Seven Photos

“Houston, we have a problem.”  I’ve always dreaded the dog days of summer, but now I’m kinda looking at what has always been my second favorite month of the year as the twisted days of May. As I march out the door in the morning to experience another new situation during these twisted days, at…

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Monday Musings

Self-Isolation Trend #10 We are reaching the point where soon many people will be leaving their home office of the last few months and the steady companionship of their pets to return to their real workplaces.  A troubling trend that could be on the horizon for everyone that will be allowed to leave their homes…

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Monday Musings

Self-Isolation Trend #7 The no sports trend has been going on for months and I’ve had a few different reactions throughout this trend.  First phase was during the initial shock where it was still too painful to watch ESPN, check my sports notifications or watch any replays.  Second phase included still not watching ESPN, glancing…

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Stack Of New Books Can’t Be Taller Than Harper

Self-Isolation Trend #5 For businesses that are allowed to stay open during the shutdown, curbside pickup is a new trend that is helping some businesses survive during these times and to help keep employees and customers as safe as possible.  I was catching up on The New York Times Book Review and discovered when I…

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Monday Musings

Self-Isolation Trend #4 In all my very early mistaken beliefs that as an introvert I could handle these self-isolation days, another trend I did not predict was the zooming popularity of video chat platforms Zoom, FaceTime, Skype and Google Hangouts (to just name a few) between work requirements and the extroverts who quickly discovered they…

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