Category: COVID Diaries

Yes, It’s Your Choice.

I’ve seen so many wacky, dangerous, and downright ignorant things being said about the current state of pandemic affairs, that I couldn’t sleep last night for my agitation over it. I won’t go into all the issues, like conspiracy theories (Trump did it! The… Continue Reading “Yes, It’s Your Choice.”

Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 49: People Take Time

Dear Diary: May 6, 2020. I guess it’s fair to say that I’ve been going through something. As the Indigo Girls so rightly sing, “Darkness has a hunger that’s insatiable. Lightness has a call that’s hard to hear.” It’s a stressful time and we’re… Continue Reading “Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 49: People Take Time”

Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 22: What Dreams May Come

Dear Diary: April 9, 2020. It’s funny what a little time and quiet can do. I lay myself down to sleep at night and experience the most random memories. I’m a relatively sleepless person. I’ve suffered from insomnia all my life and am now… Continue Reading “Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 22: What Dreams May Come”

Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 16: A Birthday in Isolation

Dear Diary: April 3, 2020. I imagined writing a post today about the difficulties of spending one’s birthday in forced isolation due to a global pandemic. I mean, that would certainly fit the theme, right? But the more I thought about it, the less… Continue Reading “Nevada Covid Diaries, Day 16: A Birthday in Isolation”

Nevada COVID Diaries Day 12

Dear Diary: March 30, 2020. I’ve seen “covid diaries” popping-up on social media, mostly friends’ feeds, and gee, what a thrill to be a trendsetter! I have to say, I’m glad to see a lot of people using the time and technology we have… Continue Reading “Nevada COVID Diaries Day 12”

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