Life is still uncertain in the wake of COVID-19, so concepts like "Memorial Day Weekend" and "beach trips" aren't really registering for me. I still bought my NJ State Parks Pass for 2020. Nothing helps me clear my head and relax like a long walk. I wear a mask to cover my mouth and nose,… Continue reading I Don’t Know What Else To Do, So I Got a State Park Pass
The surreal thing about my trip to Texas is: the moment I came back I had to cancel all work meetings due to safety precautions regarding COVID-19. I am happy to do my part to stop the spread and protect vulnerable groups from infection. It seems like a different world already, when I remember the… Continue reading Remembering Austin, TX from a Social Distance
I ate this every morning: A conference I didn't make this time: Ate a lot of donuts, saw some great art! Like this: Loved this piece: "Girl Who Walks in the Sun" by Oreland C. Joe, Sr. Pearl District Neighborhood: very cool. Also: Blue Star neighborhood. Nice.
I am revitalized by the smell of damp earth, especially after enduring winter. Blooms and green shoots bring me back to life. I desperately needed to attend the Philadelphia Flower Show at the end of February. It was like medicine: Oh, and a shout-out to these ladies for keeping me alive at work. Work is… Continue reading Spring Break
I truly enjoyed not being student in 2019, perhaps more than I can put into words. I read a ton of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Also literary nonfiction. And, uh, literary nonfiction. I love everything and I love being done with school!This year I delved back into the Classics--some rereads and some for the first time.… Continue reading What I Read in 2019