A few weeks ago I wrote about Blurred Lines and Cabin Fever. I'd like to revisit the same sort of topic/theme. Why? Well, I went to the office today to pick up some supplies and realized how much I miss being in the office. *gasp* But I thought you liked working from home!? You even... Continue Reading →
I feel dazed ascontact with realityis partially lost.Loss of vacations,In office work,birthday celebrations,graduations –even your touch.Life is lived in the details,with no mercy in sight --This is our great loss. Anxiety ridden thoughtsI’m afraid of:being sick,dying alone,the end never comes,no sense of normalcy. During the bombings,in the bunker I socializedwe all sharedthe same fate. Uncertainty... Continue Reading →
Let me feelsunrays touchmy skin.Let me inhalefreshly cut grass. Let me hearbustling soundsof the city.Let me graspyour soft hand.Let me tastethe salty sea.Let me laughso hard I cry.Let me seethe night sky.One Last Time.
House Arrest has now gone on for a month. Each crevice is cleaned six times over and then once more for good measure. Laundry hung, no more mismatched socks. Everything has a place now even the junk closet I have is organized. While digging through the treasures buried within I pulled out a dusty tattered... Continue Reading →
I only know when it's Monday and when it's Friday. The other days tend to be jumbled. If it wasn't for my calendar being filled with meetings and reminders (Thank Goodness!) for said meetings, I'd be at a loss right about now. My inbox grows daily because what would have been in person conversations have... Continue Reading →
The last 24 hours have been something out of a movie. When I stay at home (which I do 90% of the time), its just me. Occasionally I'll see the neighbors walk their dogs or run around, however they aren't wearing masks or gloves when doing so. Yesterday I had to get some milk and... Continue Reading →
Since I've started working from home there are some perks to the job. The obvious ones are: relaxed attire, making your own lunches, no pesky co-workers/boss lurking around, you're at home but I think one of the better perks to come out of this is the commute. That's right, I said commute. I still awake... Continue Reading →
There's no place quite like this. Endless woods untouched by humans. Dirt roads are perfect after a rain storm for muddin. The main roads here don't belong to cars, they are for tractors hauling cattle and hay down yonder.Every Sunday, church bells call to these small town folk, reminding them that this is God's country.... Continue Reading →