When the CDC informed fully vaccinated people that they could ditch their masks in most places, Douglas and I were ecstatic. We stopped wearing the masks at the gym, on hikes, and in restaurants. We had visits by two of my grandchildren and a great-granddaughter for Mother's Day, and we went to Charleston SC for... Continue Reading →
This week here in Georgia has seen pollen counts that are off the chain. I have spent over a month trying to find the combination of medicines to find relief from the constant pressure and pain of chronic sinusitis, including prescriptions drugs and over-the-counter drugs prescribed by my primary care physician. I have allergies this... Continue Reading →
Douglas and I took our second dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine today. So far, we are both feeling alright. We learned that it will take about another two to three weeks for the full effectiveness of the vaccine, and that we must continue to wear masks and social distance. Douglas has declared March 1... Continue Reading →
Never in my life would I have believed that An election could become such a shameful wrangle. While the nation is reeling from the coronavirus, Rogues attempt to kill democracy from every angle. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #183 from Sammiscribbles: Wrangle in 33 words exactly. Word of the Day Challenge is Rogue.