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- Civil Unrest and Curfew
- FURLOUGHED: Week Eleven
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- FURLOUGHED: Quarantine Fatigue
- FURLOUGHED: Week Seven
- A Little Treat for My Readers
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- 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: unemployment
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
I promised myself I wouldn’t do this: use my blog site as a personal diary. But current events are just so much crazier than anything I could come up with in my own imagination. Welcome to 2020, the year the … Continue reading