Where COVID Testing Gets Inconvenient “Get used to it, buddy—this probably won’t be your last one.” — Sarah to our six-year-old as a long swab’s inserted up his nostril to test for COVID-19 I’m not one to stand in line for tickets or the latest restaurant opening, but if you want me to wait two… Continue reading Is it COVID or is it a COLD?
It’s a lot easier to look back and see what one’s life’s been like in a pandemic so far than it is to figure out what’s coming ahead in such uncertain times. COVID-19’s messed with us all, bringing everything to a grinding halt, but it didn’t mean that the world stopped turning just because we… Continue reading I Survived Six Months of a Global Pandemic. Now What?
This past Friday, Kat Dickson from the Toronto Bloggers Collective issued a challenge to our near-600 members to pick a draft from our blogs and turn it into a full-fledged blog post by the end of the weekend. And me, I had 181 because I start so many ideas that I don’t always have the… Continue reading How a Global Pandemic Changed Me
What do you even write about when the whole world’s burning down? Multibillion-dollar sports empires ended their seasons early. The travel industry shut down in one fell swoop. I didn’t start talking about COVID-19 right away because it was all anyone could talk about, but as soon as we closed schools down for three weeks… Continue reading Why I Made The Corona Chronicles A Series
If St. Patrick’s Day happens and everyone forgets that it’s St. Patrick’s Day, did it even really happen? The funny thing about me forgetting about St. Patrick’s Day, in particular, is that I’d bought a green shirt from UNTUCKit on my recent trip to DC with the express purpose of having something thematic to wear when the day… Continue reading You Know I’m Trying to Work Here, Right?