Monthly Archives: March 2020

Journaling Covid-19 – March 26, 27, and 28

March 26th I am not the only person cooking and baking. So much free time! My first choice is always to be outdoors, but the West Wind is terrific. Our small house in downtown, metro Westcliffe is two blocks south … Continue reading

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Covid-19 March 23rd, 24th & 25th

March 23rd  I dropped a bit of food at my neighbor’s house yesterday. She stood at the open door and invited me in. I handed her the Tupperware and declined her invitation to enter. Closing the door, we air-kissed, and … Continue reading

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Journaling Covid-19 – March 20, 21, & 22

March 20th No one knows how long the Coronavirus will be with us. The exponential curve measuring the rate of infections is alarming. Will people voluntarily limit their exposure to possible infection? Will hospitals be able to keep up with … Continue reading

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Journaling Coronavirus

2020 03 19   Good Morning! Not to dismiss the dire predictions for Coronavirus, several writing sites have suggested that we journal our home-bound experiences. Not so much for our contemporaries, but writing while we are locked-down, our mental meanderings just … Continue reading

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A Plague on All Our Houses

Despite the title, I am hopeful. Being housebound after the longest, coldest winter ever has me straining against the leash. I think that the dog collar around my neck has spikes on it. Hope springs eternal. A couple of weeks … Continue reading

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