Déjà Vu

I've had many moments, with the quarantine, of déjà vu. And then I realized, I've done more or less the same thing for the last two weeks; I actually have done whatever-it-was before. And will do it many times again. Once again, I'm sitting at my spot in the living room, drinking tea, with Foro... Continue Reading →

The Sound of My Heart Breaking

Who can think of anything else at the moment but THE BUG? Covid-19. Coronavirus. I look at the statistics in the morning, and watch the US climb by a hundred deaths a day. David Sedaris once wrote that in the US, Americans were taught to think "We're number 1!" without ever thinking that no other... Continue Reading →

And what I don't like about COVID life

The absolute worst thing about this situation, for me personally, is that I worry for my friends and family. My step-sister is a nurse in hospital in the US, and from what I've read, they are scarily unprepared there. Not enough masks, not enough beds. I'm scared about the situation there, but I want so... Continue Reading →

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