Saturday June 6 2020 My thoughts yesterday were cut short before I could lead to my next thought. Because I had to stop writing to, yep, cook dinner. Again. The power of mob mentality across social media platforms is really concerning me. Some people are talking about how it’s a shame when someone can’t share … Continue reading 40. Collateral prey
Friday May 29 2020 I saw a video posted yesterday of a Minneapolis Target store being looted. I don’t know who was recording, but maybe they get credit for taking a moment from criminal behavior to mark this moment in time for the rest of us. It was stomach-churning to watch, really. Some people were … Continue reading 36. Shopping discounts
Thursday May 28 2020 Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the Memorial Day tornadoes that tore through the Dayton area. We got lucky and we know it. When we looked at the maps developed after the damage, our house was between two twisters that split off on either side of us. Our neighbor claims to … Continue reading 35. Wind and Fire
Tuesday April 7 2020 I had my fingers in the wrong placement on the keyboard and actually started to write the day as turd. Today is Turdsday, 3,203rd day of the world deflating. Mentioned by Dr. Amy Acton on the daily news briefing with Mike DeWine, there is no business untouched in the United States … Continue reading 7. Turdsday
This is the flatten the curve graphic shared since early March. It’s remarkably simple. If we shut down non-essential commerce, major sporting events, the Summer Olympics, schools and universities, libraries, and make people stay at home, we can slow down the spread of the virus.