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Tag Archives: unemployment
Another week, another paycheck. Time to enjoy the weekend. That pretty tells you how exciting my life is right now. But, hey, at least I am back to work and not having to worry about losing that pandemic unemployment relief, … Continue reading
The end is near. The COVID-19 pandemic is coming under control. At least for the moment, the infection and hospitalization rates are declining. Here in Western New York, we have started reopening by phases; currently, we are in Phase I, … 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