Life has many ways of testing a person’s will, either by having nothing happen at all or by having everything happen all at once. – Paulo Coelho - Nothing, but also everything - isn't that what the past few months have been like!? Now the world is tuning in for the Covid Analysis. It will … Continue reading Taking a Break
How are you all doing? Are you running out of things to do? (We sure wish the library was still open.) Are your stores out of any products? (Our Safeway's doesn't have Tylenol - apparently there has been a spike in demand for Tylenol and other such over-the-counter pain killers but that is probably just … Continue reading ‘Rona #12 – Still at Home
My last post 'covered' toilet paper. Here are some other observations that might make you smile. Which one do you like best? All My Virus Posts are here: The Lighter Side of Covid-19.
It comes with no warning. Days of being sad. Energy tank on empty. Dark, dreary, heavy days. Overwhelmed. Too much, too many. I've been down this road many times before. It always passes. It is seasonal or hormonal or just being sad. It isn't depression, but it is a gift that helps me to understand … Continue reading Dark Days
My problems might seem really obvious to someone else, but I don't necessarily want to be told how to fix them. I might just want someone to listen to me - show me that they care about me. If I want advice, I'll ask for it. Now, I just need to follow my own advice.
The length of this document defends it well against the risk of its being read. - Winston Churchill - I'll keep this story short, then, with a few photos -not risqué, just risky. Risk Tolerance and Comfort Zone - two concepts to think about now and then. At our house, The Car Guy is working … Continue reading Comforts Zones and Risk Tolerance
How are you with Statistics? I get nervous whenever I see a bunch of them hanging around. I wonder what they are going to try to tell me or sell me. I know they are not liars, but I also know they aren't exactly telling the whole truth either. For example, last week I browsed … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Statistics in Canada – They Make me Nervous
Last Monday a member of our family passed away. The dear lady was an Alzheimers patient in a Caregiving Facility. Her condition was not yet life threatening, so the family was surprised and shocked by her death. But they also took some comfort in the fact that she had been released from the ever increasing … Continue reading Alzheimers – What is the Future?