This is not one of those feel good happy go lucky blogs you want to read before you go to bed at night.
While most people I know have been in isolation for 6 months, I'm about to begin month 10. I have to keep reminding myself of this when I feel like I'm not handling things as well as I think I should. The injury I sustained put me out of work, off my feet, and unable... Continue Reading →
I've made soup, but I'm all out of spoons. Be grateful, they say, that you have soup to eat. My whole body hurts, I'm in pain all the time. Be grateful that you can still walk. I am so lonely, I miss my friends. Be grateful that you have your family with you. I feel... Continue Reading →