Tag Archives: Coronavirus
Is it possible, before this pandemic, I took hugs for granted? I don’t like to think I did, but I certainly never considered there would come I time I couldn’t freely give someone I love a hug. So, as we … Continue reading
Meet Allie–grandchild #2, and our only granddaughter–so far! 🙂 She made these butterfly wings to march in her school’s Easter Parade, which unfortunately was cancelled due to Coronavirus. But she had just as much fun flitting back and forth in … Continue reading
_____________________________________________________________ Click HERE to read the post that kicked off a month of writing haiku, in celebration of National Poetry Month.
I like to daydream when I go on walks, which I’m doing a lot more of these days, which, I suppose is one of the positives of shelter-in-place. Today, I found this sweet gum ball. Don’t you think it looks … Continue reading
There is very little that disturbs my sleep, and for that, I consider myself very lucky. Even with all the uncertainties and resulting fears of this pandemic, I rarely have problems sleeping. But there are times–like last night–when I wake … Continue reading
One can still look up at the sky and travel vicariously, memories in tow. ____________________________________________________________ Click HERE to read the post that kicked off a month of writing haiku, in celebration of National Poetry Month.
I know it’s sad, and we should be thinking of positive things, and I do. I know there will be some who say I should focus on those that have survived Coronavirus. I do that, too. But it’s not an … Continue reading