Monthly Archives: June 2020

Banned From EU!

  The European Union is expected to open its boarders for outside travelers tomorrow.  Except the  US is not on the list.  Why?  Because the COVID-19. We should take the news personally. Because we did it to ourselves.  According to … Continue reading

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Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier 

Wisdom through storytelling – that is what Shelley Sackier’s post offers (link below). And I may add: “apropos for the chaotic time that we face.”   And remember to count your blessings. Source: Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier ‹ … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 Jun 2020

After three and a half years of this administration, Mr. Trump’s divisiveness crescendos into the pandemic summer.  Like a reality television president whose climax coincides with the outbreak, we hold the front row seats. If anything, I give Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter & COVID-19- Coincident?

  A couple of weeks ago, I posted about the prevailing movement of Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 outbreak.  Both are impacting people’s life: one as a social movement and the other a natural disaster. The BLM is changing … Continue reading

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Me, Myself, and I

  The different roles we play in life illuminate parts of our true self.  Be it professional, parental, or personal.  Yes, one would hope some similarities or overlaps among the roles exist.  But by and large, it is the differences … Continue reading

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Not Too Late To Think About November

  The 50th New York City Marathon scheduled for 1 Nov 2020 is canceled after the Boston Marathon which was first postponed from this April to September.  Both are major marathons.  Meaning they host 30 to 50 thousands and upward … Continue reading

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Mask Or No Mask? That Is Not The Question

  Are Americans taking the COVID-19 seriously, I wonder?  If so, why would there even be a debate on whether to wear mask during the pandemic to protect oneself and others from the virus? According to the Washington Post, mayors … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Fees?

  If you haven’t heard or experienced it, some local businesses are charging additional fees to defray their costs of operating in the pandemic era. Below is an example from the Fox News: “To help offset restrictions on our business … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Summer

  Rumbling thunders and heavy air usher in the typical Washington summer.  Along with it, the Trump White House is ladened with growing defiance against the president from former employees and officials, and coronavirus is spreading rampant both domestically and … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 21 Jun 2020

For the past 100 days, we have been living in the shadow of the COVID-19.  It feels surreal. The period is filled with contemplation, reflections and unsettled emotions while I stayed at home for social distancing. “Surreal” because we are … Continue reading

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