Monthly Archives: June 2020

The hens are having a moment.

There’s been a lot of clucking about chickens lately, what with everyone staying home and envisioning that long longed-for coop. When grocery supply chains threatened to snap, there was even more than the usual pleasure in stepping out to the … Continue reading

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Mask-arade.

I’m having trouble keeping up. First we were told that masks were of no use in keeping COVID19 at bay; now we have state orders to wear them. Wha? Oh, well, as it turns out the “health experts” lied to … Continue reading

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Gimme Shelter.

Is it safe to go out yet? Well, yes and no. In the past week we’ve gone from seeing no one to seeing dozens of people. Encounters with friends, long-postponed appointments, various essential errands. Things are “opening up” we are … Continue reading

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Voluntary confinement.

There are two kinds of people. Those who are itching to jump back in to real life. And then there’s me. Things are starting to rev up. My blessedly blank calendar has suddenly blown up with entries. ┬áBut strangely, I … Continue reading

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