A New Year! And Light At The End Of The Tunnel

As the Earth nears completing full orbit around the sun, we can soon bid farewell, to the year 2020. And a heartfelt good riddance to it too! 2020 has been a very dark and stressful year. A year of great suffering. An endless black tunnel of despair and tragedy. Yet now, in its final days, a white light shines dimly in the distance. A light of Hope! Hope for better days to come. Hope that the madness is finally coming to and end. Continue reading “A New Year! And Light At The End Of The Tunnel”

Covid-Christmas: A Gift of Political Pandemic Control

In light of the pandemic, we were asked to shrink our traditional thanksgiving to in-house family only and this I did without complaint. After all, common logic dictates that we all must do our part in helping to reduce the spread of this virus. Yet the way things are going, it wouldn’t surprise me if Christmas Too will soon be on the restricted hit list. The question is, with a vaccine just around the corner, how many of us are willing to now also restrict our Christmas as well? Will you be celebrating a Covid-Christmas this year? Continue reading “Covid-Christmas: A Gift of Political Pandemic Control”

Has Your Country Mishandled The Covid Crisis?

Yes hindsight is 20/20 and its easy to play the blame game after the fact. But this is different. Our borders have been overrun by a yet controlled pandemic unprecedented in modern times. One that will, by the time you read this, have infected over 32.5 million people worldwide. And killed more than a Million! Now, with a second wave about to hit, these numbers will rise exponentially. So what has your country done to protect you? Continue reading “Has Your Country Mishandled The Covid Crisis?”

Pandemic Lockdown: Hair Today, More Hair Tomorrow!

With the virus lockdown now going on 4 months or so, I’ll admit, things are getting a little hairy. And that includes my appearance. With the Barbershops all closed I’m way past due for a trim. In fact, more of a good shearing is what I need now. And the old grey beard is getting pretty darn long too… Continue reading “Pandemic Lockdown: Hair Today, More Hair Tomorrow!”

Pandemic Isolation: Beware The Rise of The Grumpy Old Man

Now usually, in my normal “not trapped inside pandemic state,” I can find the humor in most everything. I’ve always been a pretty easy going guy though admittedly have my share of Pet Peeves and things that annoy me. But today I find, under these stressful times of isolation, these little annoyances have not only been enhanced, but added to! — I’ve literally become, a grumpy old man. Continue reading “Pandemic Isolation: Beware The Rise of The Grumpy Old Man”