When the pandemic hit, I was suddenly in the perfect work place. I was working hard, writing the heck of things, finishing a whole book.
Pandemic pounds? Self-negative? I am who I am and you are who you are, no matter what.
We were there, noses pressed against glass with a line forming behind us. Waffles walked to the front of his cage, licked my hand (and barked at Art), and that was that.
2020: Valentine’s Day was approaching, fast on the jingly heels of Christmas. Cardboard hearts of lackluster chocolates replacing candy canes and Hershey stocking stuffers. My holidays were dampened by the […]
Timing is everything. 2020 may be my year to indulge in fuzzy headedness.
Here we are in the middle of the most unwished for thing: a pandemic. One month into quarantine pushes people to show their true colors.