Quarantine quest

Good evening ladies and gentlefolk. I have been watching so many history videos on YouTube. I think I have learned more in these past few months than I have during my whole school years. Much of it has been the 17th to 19th centuries. I should start going into the 20th and 21st centuries. Last night we watched the movie, Jojo Rabbit. It was very interesting. So naturally I had to find the book that it was based upon… Christine Leunens’s Caging Skies. I looked it up in our county library and have it on hold in the e-book format. […]

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Cinco de Mayo!

Here I am again. Spending another night seeking for productivity. I believe that is one of my anxieties…not being productive enough. On the other hand; it is the evening and Cinco de Mayo. We celebrate this day with tacos! Or in my case: a taco. I want to eat all the sides that have come with this Cinco de Mayo dinner so I hesitate to eat more than one taco. Edit: I had two tacos. They were small. I didn’t finish my tacos and couldn’t finish my sides. I ate a taco and a half, few spoonfuls of refried beans, […]

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Mind boggling

Psychology has always been an interest of mine. I have taken classes in it just for the fun of learning more about the subject. I can’t help but analyze people. Whether I care to or not, it is second nature to analyze someone. It can just creep into my head at odd moments when I’m playing a video game or watching a movie. Even when the subject is someone that I wouldn’t necessarily care about analyzing, I may end up doing just that. We are in a weird time. Which, by all counts, shouldn’t even be thought of as being […]

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#stayathome

Being a GenX-er, I’d think that I was trained in the art of laying around the house and entertaining myself. I have found myself getting bored lately. I never really knew what that felt like. I mean, sitting down and reading or even organizing my dresser drawers, is cool with me. I like the task of organizing and cleaning at times. This Covid19 thing, that is interrupting the world, is a whole other level. I’m an introvert, a self-proclaimed hermit. I should have no problems with staying home and away from people. Heck, I have practiced social distancing for years. […]

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Quarantined

Hello, fellow quarantines! Remember when you came home after-school to an empty house? Ate a bowl of cereal and did your homework in front of the TV? I feel like that again. I actually had some thoughts on what I wanted to write. Thing is, this quarantine doesn’t bring out the creativity in me. Some random things… I learned that this Covid19 is a part of the Coronavirus strain. Coronavirus is not new, but this strain is new. When someone sneezes or coughs, droplets can hang in the air for up to three hours. I’m awesome at social distancing. My […]

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My mind is led astray

Hello! This seems like a slow week. Which is nice. I’ll be going to Colorado again this weekend. I believe this is my third or fourth weekend in a row going to Colorado. I almost feel like we should move to Colorado during the hockey season. Heh. Gosh, last weekend was Alexis and me alone. Ya know that phrase, ‘curiosity killed the cat’? We all know not to go searching for more info. Well, that is especially something that I should never do. Specifically when it has to do with someone being hurt or in need of medical attention. Not […]

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