2020 stretched on forever. 2020 felt like three, four, five years—of waiting. A planet full of people waiting, and all of us focused on one thing: coronavirus. In early spring, the pandemic was declared, and we tried to figure out what that meant to us personally. We acclimated, and adapted, and communicated, and researched, and… Continue reading Where did 2021 go?
The flu is down. Way down. Influenza infections are down ninety percent compared to last year. Most years, millions of Americans get the flu. Thousands are hospitalized and some people die of flu, every year. But not so much, this year. Deaths from respiratory illness are up—way up—but that’s coronavirus, not influenza virus. Flu… Continue reading Good news
Last November (less than a year ago, if you can believe it), I published Aerovoyant. And, I developed a marketing plan for it that included book signings and climate talks at libraries and schools across the country. The local part of the plan went pretty well through December and January. I gave talks in Santa Clarita… Continue reading Ice cold lemonade on a hot summer day
My right knee hurts. It’s a twinge-y pain that hits at a particular point in my stride, when the left leg’s up and the right one’s needed for both motion and stability. Torn meniscus? ACL injury? No idea. It’s been hurting for a month, which is highly confusing because we’ve all been home for six… Continue reading Health and blessings