In the 5 minutes that it takes me to walk to the community mailbox tower and back I could already feel a full body sweat breaking out. It's a blood blistering 95 degrees here already and I kid you not if feels as if I have walked into an oven every time I step out … Continue reading Coronatine Adventures – “Big, fat life lemons” (Wednesday, May 20th)
It's called "Name that disgusting pastry filling"
It wasn't obvious to me that when we were sent home due to COVID and then I subsequently was furloughed from work that my entire schedule would change. This might seem rather obvious to you since if I normally spend very little time at home and am now coming up on my second week of … Continue reading Coronatine Adventures – “New Normal” (Thursday, April 2nd)
Roomie and I finished our first Coronatine puzzle!
If you, like me, suffer from the throes of anxiety or find yourself catastrophizing in even the smallest of issues (me every time I am faced with a difficult parking situation...) then I implore you give yourself a little media checkup.
I strongly dislike this "social distancing" phrase that is thrown about everywhere as if we are all social pariahs due to this virus. We are indeed physically distanced, but we are not socially distanced. There is certainly a distinction between the two. We might be keeping our airspace clear during this time, but we are … Continue reading Coronatine Adventures – “Separate but Connected” (Sunday, March 29th)
Despite my best efforts I am still bombarded by thoughts about being trapped in this strange limbo for forever. In me this produces incessant sleepiness during the day and sleepless during the night. And also eating large amounts of calories that I'm not really hungry for - they just taste really really hit good and … Continue reading Coronatine Adventures – “Do the next right thing” (Friday, March 27th)
And you thought "Shelter in Place" orders would engender boredom....