It’s been a year since the pandemic REALLY hit most of us. It was this week last year that the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. But is that what made it real for you? I was inspired for this post by an opinion piece by John Paul Brammer in the Washington Post … More When Did You Know?
Not to contradict the Gershwin brother’s beautiful music in Porgy and Bess, but while it is now officially summertime, the living sure doesn’t feel easy. It has been another week of political conflict, of accusations of illegal police violence, and of rising cases of coronavirus. Here in North Carolina, based on the continuing increase of … More Ways to Chill Out at Home This Weekend
I don’t mean to sound ungrateful, but man….so many people are putting so much great stuff online that I’m not getting done all the things I thought I would get done during my stay-at-home time because I’m watching so much great stuff! A privileged problem, I know… Seriously, I truly appreciate how many people are … More Fun for Stay-At-Home Friday
If none of the panoply of stars appearing in the One World Together At Home show I wrote about yesterday appeal to you, here is another option. Tonight and tomorrow until 2:00 PM Eastern time, you can watch an online performance of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most famous and most popular musical for FREE! Yes, … More Broadway Blessings #3: PHANTOM!
As I stated recently, I think it helps to feel empowered when we are shut in by continuing to abide by other things we do to help ourselves and others. For me, one of those things are Meatless Monday (although, to be honest, it’s not always on Monday for me). I’ve been doing this for … More Meatless Monday Quarantine Recipe