My parents, grandparents, aunt, uncle, and I formed a little safe pod over the last few months. In order to protect each other, especially my grandparents, we have been extremely careful and have sacrificed being around several friends and other family members. We’ve adhered to public precautions religiously. But one little opportune exposure was all… Read More My Family’s COVID-19 Story
Until recently, I thought people were being vastly overdramatic about the coronavirus. I was wrong… but that still doesn’t mean we have to stop living.… Read More Fear, a Few Days Later
I’m currently sitting in the waiting room at a doctor’s office. My allergies are acting as the bane of my existence and I temporarily cannot breathe through my nose. I am surrounded by fellow mouth-breathers while listening to the medley of coughs, insignificant muttering, and deep sniffles in dire need of tissues. There is a… Read More Is There a Doctor in the House?
I would like to tell about my Thanksgiving Week. My family spent the week in the Great Smoky Mountains. As we normally do, we rented a cabin a mile from the main strip, but still secluded in the forest. We got there Tuesday and the adventure began with the winter weather advisory. We knew it… Read More Thankful for Thanksgiving
I am not addicted to caffeine. Some days I only have a few cups a day, except when I need to be awake for long periods of time or I need a little pick-me-up. I only crave it a couple times a day. I could skip it in the morning if I wanted to, maybe.… Read More If Caffeine’s a Drug, Call Me an Addict