So much water so close to home

This is a story by Raymond Carver. I'll summarize it here, briefly and from memory because I haven't read it for a while: A bunch of men went fishing and found a young woman in the river. She was dead, but I don't remember why (drowning or some other cause). They figured that she was... Continue Reading →

Coroneries

So funerals have been closed to those outside of the family, but for a while, it wasn't possible to buy a sympathy card because it wasn't considered to be "essential". I wasn't sure how to deal with that, as I don't draw very well, so I snuck one out from under the tape and paid... Continue Reading →

Irony

The irony of the Corona world we live in is that I've never been healthier, or personally happier. I'll add in the caveats right away; I'm scared for my family and the world, I'm sad that so many people are suffering and that so many have lost their jobs and/or their loved ones. It's entirely... Continue Reading →

A Three Hour Tour

I left Thursday morning to go to work with all of my stuff for the weekend at my partner's place....and now the country is in semi lock-down for the Coronavirus. I feel like I'm on Gilligan's Island, where they left for a three hour tour and spent years (or three TV seasons) on an "uncharted... Continue Reading →

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