This is not a goodbye, but a change of pace message. This blog and I share a long history together.
There’s no time like election eve to see what people are worried about. Here we are, the day before Election Day 2022, and Coronavirus has dropped off the radar.
Centaurus, Scrabble, Scariant? The WHO lost control of the Coronavirus naming convention months ago and now anybody can play.
“Companies Turning Cool to Telecommuting Trend,” reads the front-page headline of the Los Angeles Times. No, this wasn’t yesterday.
The holidays are coming! Remember those? Store windows calling out to busy shoppers, planning family gatherings for the most-traveled days of the year, getting together to watch the ball drop in Times Square,
Sunday, October 9, 2022 Yesterday my Zoom book club discussed West with Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge. Based on the real-life Continue reading
He’s a miniature poodle, he weighs practically nothing, and his name is Rascal.
People around the world are already preparing for the next pandemic. Because one thing we can be sure of — there will be another one. Pandemics have occurred