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Tag Archives: furlough
May Day! Who would have thought the lockdown would last so long, and it may be awhile longer yet. Current deadline for New York’s PAUSE order is May 15, but while New York City’s virus numbers are falling, here in … Continue reading
It won’t cure, nor prevent, any disease, but it sure can add a bit of cheer to an otherwise bad, or sad, or simply bored day. See the creamy goodness dripping down? Imagine the icy sweetness, the gooey chocolate syrup, … Continue reading
My, the weeks sure are piling up! The lockdown in New York State has been extended to May 15. Days are spent sleeping late, eating too much, hanging around doing not much of anything – finally, I’m living the dog’s … Continue reading