There's a part of me that feels like it's self-indulgent to say I have a chronic autoimmune disease since that sounds so serious and dramatic. But there's another part of me that recognizes that it's rather ridiculous to feel this way because it happens to be true.
Clouds in my coffee
As I mentioned in my last post, we recently moved our kids back to college. For my husband and I, this was a given. We have helped move both of our kids in and out of dorm rooms and apartments since their freshmen years. It's not that we enjoy carrying stuff up and down stairs, … Continue reading Love is a verb
It's 2020, so I guess two hurricanes tag-teaming the Gulf Coast should come as no surprise.
I'm not an all-out germaphobe, but I definitely have germaphobic tendencies so I'm all for improvements to hotel room cleanliness.
Terrorist frog trolls are certainly not the worst of what 2020 had brought so far but this feels personal. 🙂
Weltschmerz is really the best word I can think of to describe how I currently feel as a result of the last few weeks here in the US.
Thanks to COVID-19 (there's a phrase you don't hear every day...), many big brands are releasing their "secret recipes", including Doubletree Hotels. I've long been a huge fan of their signature cookies (served warmed at check-in, yum!) so when they published the recipe, I had to try them. I made a batch of Doubletree cookies … Continue reading COVID baking: Doubletree Cookies
Today is Easter Sunday, but it sure doesn't feel like it, which makes it hit home once again how surreal life is during Coronatime. I started off Lent as I normally do - giving up something that is not easy for me to give up - but not too long into Lent, that didn't seem … Continue reading Easter Sunday, COVID-style
I love a good song parody (I've been known to make up a few of my own here and there) so naturally, I was interested to see what folks would come up with with COVID-19. I was not disappointed. 😂 In the midst of so much worry and stress, humor is absolutely a valid and … Continue reading Song parodies: a COVID coping mechanism