Archive for June 2020

Finding comfort in quarantine

It has taken me awhile to actually admit it, but I miss quarantine. Yes. I’m talking about the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak when businesses were just starting to close and lockdown was just starting to kick in. Crazy, right?!   The reason why it has taken me so long to admit this to... Read more »

Fishing for a lifelong friend, caught a life lesson

As an optimist, or at least someone who tries to be one, I often try to point out the positives in every situation. I’ve always felt as though the negatives of life needed to be blocked out. They needed to be shunned! There’s a line from one of my favorite songs by Tom Petty that... Read more »

White privilege is a thing: Use it as a voice

White Privilege is a thing: Use it as a voice   It seems as though everyone has a different opinion on the rioting and looting going on in cities throughout the United States. Chicago and various suburbs have spent the last few days protesting. Some have been peaceful, like the one in my suburb. Others,... Read more »

Do I swipe or wipe during this pandemic?

There is no question that almost everyone’s lives have changed due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Some people’s lives have changed drastically; with a loss of a job or sadly even a family member. Other people were simply implemented with minor inconveniences such as boredom at home or not having a mask at hand for... Read more »