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- Civil Unrest and Curfew
- FURLOUGHED: Week Eleven
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- FURLOUGHED: Week Eight
- FURLOUGHED: Quarantine Fatigue
- FURLOUGHED: Week Seven
- A Little Treat for My Readers
- FURLOUGHED: Week Six
- FURLOUGHED: Week Five
- FURLOUGHED: What Week Is It Anyway?
- FURLOUGHED: Week Three
- Call of Duty
- FURLOUGHED: Week Two
- Someone Asked Me to Take “Everyday” Photos
- FURLOUGHED: Week One
- Let Us Pray
- Pandemic Panic
- When a Good Student becomes a Bad Student
Tag Archives: pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t chaotic enough? At this exact time, must we also have civil unrest and legal protests which subsequently turn violent? This is really weird. I haven’t had a curfew since I was 16 and living at home. … Continue reading
Slowly, but surely, we’re getting there. The COVID-19 pandemic is slowly, ever so slowly, going away. Five regions in New York State are entering Phase II of their reopening as of today. Phase II includes most office workers and some … Continue reading
Two months in. But the end is in sight. If the infection and hospitalization rates continue to decline in New York State, a limited reopening may begin by May 15. I have mixed feelings about that – while I think … Continue reading