Category Archives: Thoughts and philosophy

The Sunday before Memorial Day during Confinement 2020

It is Sunday, Day seventy-one of confinement and we are starting the eleventh week. It is strangely sunny and warm, almost odd after a week of very cool days, too much rain, and storms that are on the border of … Continue reading

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Transplanting on days 69 and 70 of the Confinement in the Time of Coronavvirus

It is day seventy, the day after my second installment of root canal. Yesterday was a nice day, although not nearly as warm as expected. We had our apéro on the patio and Laura (our ‘daughter’) and I had to … Continue reading

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Root Canal in the times of Coronavirus: Day 69 of Confinement

I have been on a rant for several days now. My rant is really pretty sedate, if I do say so myself. At the moment I am waiting for several hours before I am able to eat again, having just … Continue reading

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…and so my rant continues…

I realized the other day that one of my biggest frustrations in these Pandemic Days is my inability to keep up with the cutting up of the cardboard boxes that bring us provisions and other things that we could not … Continue reading

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Days 66 & 67 of Confinement

It is one disturbing world we live in. The unthinkable happened at the end of President Obama’s tenure at the helm of our country. The government, in my estimate, illegally kept a man from being considered for the Supreme Court. … Continue reading

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