This has been a different kind of moving experience. For one thing, it was short. Meeting with a realtor to close of escrow took exactly 75 days.
In COVID news, the focus is on the nose: the promise of a nose spray to prevent COVID, spraying virus into volunteers’ noses to GIVE them COVID, and what is it about COVID that make you lose your sense of smell? So let’s take a look at the nose news.
Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Transitions can be awkward. My second screen isn’t connected yet, so I’m doing research on my Continue reading
Travel recommendations are changing rapidly this spring. You’ve probably heard how passengers cheered last week when a U. S. District Judge in Florida ruled that the federal mandate requiring masks on airplanes and other public transport was unlawful.
Even while unpacking and settling into a new home, I’ve noticed a few new developments in the world of COVID. Even so, I won’t use the phrase “game-changer” again.
While some people debate the merits of working from home versus returning to the office, others have decided to forget that dichotomy and work from anywhere. They’re called “digital nomads,” and while the idea isn’t new,
I’m here in Temecula surrounded by boxes. My home in Rancho Santa Margarita is going on the market soon, and this week she’s being primped, groomed, and dressed in white, getting ready for the big day.
We are an impatient species. In the early months of 2020, news sources speculated repeatedly about when WHO would finally declare the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Journalists began to write about the 1918 flu pandemic and speculate about how a pandemic would affect the economy.