From March 1 to May 1, The start of the virus, we had 34,726 cases during the shutdown. From May 2 to May 25, we increased to 51,746 cases. On May 1, we started opening up the state and experienced an increase of 49%. The protests began on May 25. From May 26 to June… Continue reading How Do You Use Your Time?
We are living in some challenging and complicated times. Back in the day when I was growing up, you could turn on the news and feel comfortable with the reporting. It could be Cronkite, Jennings, or Brokaw. News shows like 60 minutes were a standard to get to the point with several influential reporters like… Continue reading Trust
Conspiracy theorists exist everywhere and there is never a lack of opportunity for them to latch on to something. I guess if you look at everything from a critical and distrustful eye you can always find something that looks odd and questionable. You see this with presidential assassinations, there was Lincoln, and most famously with… Continue reading The Deep State ???
Remember, when John Kennedy said, "Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.." It is time to step up everybody. Not everything is about you. It is time we all pull together if we want to go back to the way we were. The numbers… Continue reading Self-Isolation Is Not So Bad
The strange part about working from home is you work more hours. I know that is probably not true for all people, even some in my organization will take a bit of liberty, but for me, I have nothing else to do so I stay logged in longer. Fortunately for me, I am always busy.… Continue reading Self-Isolation 4 Weeks At Home
Work from home week three ends today, but no end in sight. I realized the title on previous posts was quarantine, but I have not been on quarantine. It is a self-isolation for safety that ties in with my mandatory work from home order my company gave me. I watched the movie 1917 last night,… Continue reading Self-Isolation Week 3 Day 20
No human has ever done less in a day I did on day 19 of this quarantine. I sat in my chair all day and read a bit, moved to my massage chair, snacked and watched TV. I just can’t stop watching the news. Occasionally I will put on some music while I read. This… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 19
Can't wait to go back to our spot. Pier 60 ClearWater Well, all things are still the same as long as you consider staying at home normal. I think we may see this Pandemic shape a new normal. It seems with all the significant events, some changes become evident. Remember, in 2008, we heard “too… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 18
Here is my opinion on the virus topic. It is very odd what a polarizing effect a virus is having, which is so unlike Americans and the country where I grew up. There was a time no matter your political slat, you would be civil in a conversation. People should always pull together for the… Continue reading Just My Opinion
Well, it is day 17 I have been home, and three full weeks I have been working from home. What more can you say at this point? It is odd working all day with no social interaction, at least my wife and son are home to take short breaks to talk. It is not hard… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 17