The Time I Played With Buttons

I finally stopped tracking how many days in self-isolation/quarantine/lock-down  when New Brunswick started easing some restrictions. Stopping tracking has made the “new normal” feel more normal even though some parts still feel anything but.   I’ve struggled with that feeling of crisis with the only response you available is to stay home and do essentially…

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The Time I Needed More Space

I saw this meme on Facebook a few weeks ago:   I completely get it; whatever we thought we were going to be doing this spring isn’t happening. Being home on quarantine or whatever we’re calling it now means a lot of open space on the schedule. When I look at my work calendar, it…

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The Time I had Groceries Delivered

I’m a little over halfway through my self-isolation period (thankfully no symptoms so far.) I’m fortunate to be surrounded by people and a community to help out while in enforced isolation.   Friday I had groceries delivered from our local store. It’s a service they started offering to make it easier for people in self-isolation.…

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