Lori told me this is the quietest, smallest Christmas she had orchestrated (and it was still a full-time gig this month). No big turkey dinner for 10-40 people, count ’em! We couldn’t even invite over the orphans. Lori made some … Continue reading COVID Diaries Week 41: Leftovers.
Do you know why we build gingerbread houses at Christmas? I have no idea – probably something we stole from the Germans, who seems to be behind a lot of Yuletide tradition. Well, we have three built in the house, … Continue reading COVID Diaries Week 40: Tradition.
Anyone who wears glasses will feel me when I say I hate wearing a mask. Not because I think COVID-19 is a hoax. (Duh!) I support the simple and effective health protection approach. My glasses just steam up when I … Continue reading COVID Diaries Week 39: I Hate Masks.
A lot of drinking is more about ritual than sustenance / reward for me. I do not have an addictive personality, so I could easily give up alcohol, tea, coffee if I needed / wanted to. Indeed, once COVID hit, … Continue reading COVID Diaries Week 38: Coffee
I have a new job, and I am working from home, of course. I am even more housebound than usual during COVID-days, exacerbated by the renewal of lockdown. Work has been really mind-expanding – I have been on a virtual … Continue reading COVID Diaries Week 36: Memories.