There is something to be said about it being 24+ degrees in early November. It’s a nice feelings, but it also just feels odd as you look at the leafless trees around you and as darkness begins to settle in at 4pm. It reminds you that this is definitely not a normal occurrence. But hey, … More Happy Holidays Ahead?
The mental health of many people is no doubt overspent in 2020. This is indicative is so many forms – the recklessness of some drivers on the road, the sheer impatience of people in general. I witnessed an example of this the other day at a local coffee shop – hence the title of this … More It’s Just a Bagel, Lighten’ Up
As we approach September, I’ve been reflecting on the roller coaster of a year that we’ve had. January suddenly feels like so long ago. It’s like we have lived three separate years in just a few months because of the magnitude of events that have transpired in such a short amount of time. 2020 – … More Reflections on a Year that Feels like a Decade
And just like that, summer is half-way done. As we near the end of July, we are now pretty much into the full swing of a ‘new normal’. The traffic on the roads is practically back to its usual, congested, self. I never thought I would say this, but it’s kind of nice to see … More Adapting to a ‘New Normal”
The summer of 2020 is officially here, but this year things inherently feel different – for obvious reasons. Although the sun is shining bright, the days are longer, and the reopening efforts are well under way – there remains a lingering sense of sombreness in the air. We could and should find some solace in … More Summer 2020: Sunshine Mixed with Sadness