Cutting Corners

It’s exhausting, isn’t it? Whoever thought the roll-out of these COVID vaccines would be so mired in drama? Whoever thought the distribution of life-saving medicine would become mired in politics? Answer? We all thought it would. The latest concerning twist in the ongoing saga has been the push to raid the stash of second doses…

Dec 2- It’s a good day to clean out your “purse.”

I have a reputation for carrying heavy purses. I don’t set out to weigh myself down, I simply lose track of what’s inside and never take the time to sort through the mess until my shoulder starts to ache. Did you know there is a condition called Heavy Purse Syndrome? Symptoms include: Upper Back and…

Faith in numbers..

It’s Dec 1st- can you believe it? 24 days until Christmas. 2020 has been a year full of numbers, hasn’t it? Countdown to the election, 14 day quarantines, ( is it 10 now?) positivity rates, pounds gained, money spent, money lost, votes counted.. and recounted. (It’s Dec 1st- can you believe it? What happened to…

Wouldn’t it be nice?

I had the strangest thought last night as I pondered the recent surge in Covid cases: Wouldn’t it be nice if one of the side-effects was that your nose turned red and glowed? This thing is a numbers game – every time you go out, you roll the dice and hope you aren’t unknowingly “bumping”…

What I learned this week..

#1- Carpe Diem because life can really suck when you get old. Sometimes you reach this grey zone of inverse realities where the daily fight to stay alive keeps getting harder while the reasons to continue battling keep fading. Nothing too much you can do about it except live the heck out of every healthy,…

Wanna come out and play?

We just got back from three days off the ‘hamster wheel’ and I’m here to tell ya, it was INCREDIBLE. The prep for our mini-FL-KEYS-vaca required more work than usual, but I felt better being super cautious about our potential exposure to Covid which, let’s face it, can be minimized but is never really zero…..