Not much can be said about the daily activity when you don’t leave the house. The routine is the same, and I am very fortunate. I work for a great company that has fabulous work from home policies and infrastructure. Working with the team is unchanged; we are all able to talk and see each… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 16
Well, this is the start of week three being home. I’m a bit ahead of the curve, and that is odd since I’m never ahead of anything 😊, mainly any curve. I guess that means I’m helping the flatten the curve. I did not start in self-quarantine, it began as a work preparedness step, and… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 15
My grandparents have been gone for quite a long time now, two of my parents have now been gone for over two years. Yes, that sounds strange, but I had two sets of parents. I am very fortunate I had two sets of parents, but that is another story for another time. I miss all… Continue reading The Greatest Generation
I saw this term for the first time today, “Adulting.” I knew this was going to annoy the shit out of me, like a car accident I had to see more. It turns out in these troubling times, the virus and all, parents need to teach their kids how to live, you know become adults,… Continue reading Daily Observations and Annoyances
I think it is time to consider the fallout of the coronavirus, not just the potential sickness but the massive financial impact. This situation is a giant snowball rolling downhill, the impact will be massive. Remember the fallout when one sports season was canceled? It was The 2012–13 NHL lockout, many of the games of the 2012–13… Continue reading The Financial Fall-Out
I’m not one to panic when we have health scares like we see today with the coronavirus. On the surface, it appears we are starting a panic and I’m not quite sure why. I have never seen the USA react in such a way that we have now closed down flights from Europe, canceled sporting… Continue reading Is This The End ?