Coronatine Adventures – “Separate but Connected” (Sunday, March 29th)

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)

Coronatine Adventures – “Do the next right thing” (Friday, March 27th)

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)

Coronatine Adventures – “The virtual doc visit. Say wut??” (Wednesday, March 25th)

Honestly, despite everything, it's been a really great day so far. The sun is shining and it's 90+ degrees outside. I've got my houseplants sunning on a ledge and a stack of chocolate chip cookies at my disposal. I've got smooth jazz in the background, my favorite candle beside me, and I can study for … Continue reading Coronatine Adventures – “The virtual doc visit. Say wut??” (Wednesday, March 25th)

Coronatine Adventures – "Get Moving" (Sunday, March 22nd)

When I workout at the Physical Therapy gym I get to look myself in the eye in a floor to ceiling mirror while doing some of the sequences. A couple weeks ago during a particularly difficult session, my mental strength was really starting to slip as my heart was pounding and sweat was dripping and I was getting just a tad bit dizzy from not breathing properly. In the mirror I could see my male PT (I have a female one I see as well) coming up behind me as I started to "cheat" more and more with each rep. I thought he would call me out instantly, but instead he dead eyed me in the mirror.