Author Archives: Richard Koerner

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.

Days 17 and 18 of Covid-19 Confinement

Yesterday, day 19 of confinement, my oldest granddaughter released the snails and seaweed into the pond. There are still some tiny snails left and we put water in the jar to give them a chance to grow up. My son … Continue reading

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Day 17

It is a dreary, gray, cold morning and we have just had breakfast. The girls (our two granddaughters) are in the family room with their mom doing their e-learning, the education that continues to go on within a framework that … Continue reading

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Days 15 and 16 of the Times of Covid-19

It is hard to believe that it has been over two weeks since I have driven or truly even been out in public. Yes, I have been outside, every day in fact, but I have been distanced from everyone and … Continue reading

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Days 13 and 14 of Confinement in the time of Coronavirus

So MK and I have still not set a foot in a store. We have pretty much been able to keep social distance for the most part from other people and despite the fact that we are six people plus … Continue reading

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Days 11 and 12 of Covidconfinement

The sun was shining and we got up and running before eight o’clock. After doing ‘ma toilette,’ I turned down the bed and pillows and opened up the windows. I then went downstairs and got things going, setting up the … Continue reading

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