The warmth and summer-like conditions we’ve had this week has certainly been up-lifting coupled with certain outdoor amenities “re-opening” again. I put that in brackets because we’ve been down this road before so I don’t want to get my hopes up too high just yet. Let’s call it cautious optimism. I’ll take what I can … More Cautious Optimism. A Step Closer to Normalcy.
It’s a pleasant, mild Saturday today which made for a good opportunity to go out and soak in the sunshine and get some fresh air. During my stroll, I observed something that truly illustrated a sign of the times. An individual was doing, was appeared to be, pull-ups by gripping the top of one of … More Pandemic Problems: Getting Creative or Desperate?
By now the pandemic fatigue is real. At this time last year, our biggest concern was not being able to get enough toilet paper and Lysol wipes. A year later, there is a mad dash to get vaccinated in the hopes that we can restore some semblance of a normalcy we once knew. We know … More The Soothing Sounds of Smooth Jazz
So here we are, New Years Eve 2020. We made it. On one hand, this year feels like it went by in a big blur – with all the days just melding together. I liken it to standing on a subway platform and watching a train zip past you, and on the other hand, the … More Saying Goodbye to 2020
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