Friday November 13 2020 Yeah, so it’s Friday the 13th. Don’t sweat it though. A day designated to misfortune and chaos has long since lost its powers to the hot trots of 2020. For example, let’s recap just this past week, ok? Alex Trebek passed away and I can’t talk about it.I desperately wanted to … Continue reading 113. Superstition #13
Saturday April 11 2020 Those in power have decided to change the way they’re collecting stats and I’m in a down mood today, so will just cut and paste from the state’s website. Don’t feel like typing much. The news on NPR yesterday morning was sick. Listened to the news stories instead of a podcast, … Continue reading 10. Sick news day
Monday April 6 2020 Ohio Confirmed cases: 4,450Deaths: 142 The puppy was restless in his crate last night, barking out of boredom. It made hitting a good REM sleep impossible. Then of course, I overslept with a barrage of weird dreams still bouncing around in my head. I made it through a productive day at … Continue reading 6. Bogeyman is coming
Saturday April 4 2020 Ohio Confirmed cases: 3,739Deaths: 102 On March 14th, we had lunch at China Star. Let’s support small business, I say. Screw this fear factor shit we’ve had shoved down our throats. I’m not afraid, I say. We’ve been customers of this restaurant for at least twenty years. The latest owner is … Continue reading 5. Sure, but who’s doing the dishes?
Friday April 3 2020 Ohio Confirmed cases: 3,312Deaths: 91 Ohio announced today the temporary closure of Hocking Hills, one of our state parks. One of the things we’re encouraged to do is get outside for fresh air and sunshine. But not at Hocking Hills, I guess. This is a popular place for day hiking and … Continue reading 4. We need a bigger park
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.