Even people who are nearby are far, for the moment. Some of my family is walking distance, and now the weather has finally started to turn nice to walk — but social distancing means staying away. Continue reading “Missing”
As I type this, we don’t yet have a shelter-in-place order here — but I have been, since I came back from the office last week. (And basically for the week before, as well.)
For the foreseeable future.
Everyone else who’s self-isolated seems stir crazy with the sudden smallness of their world — but really, until I fling myself across the globe on a trip (no time soon, alas), this is my normal.
… when so much of life is disrupted, as we do what we can to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our neighbors and elders from the Covid-19 outbreak… Continue reading “And in these days…”
I don’t get to come up to NJ as often as I’d like.
I don’t get to see my friends up in NJ as often as I’d like. Continue reading “Visitations”
So about the time this post was going live — reminding myself that regardless of the nightly news or any other circumstance, God is always and always good — I found myself en route to a trauma center in Baltimore.
My friend and travel buddy S came down Tuesday night. It was just to be a quick visit — dinner together, then she’d leave for her Dad’s in the morning on Wednesday, while I went about my work day as usual.
Alas, not to be “as usual” in any way. Continue reading “Unforeseen medical drama”
… that we live in a beautiful world Continue reading “Because it’s good to remember”