Zoomed Out

Zoom meets have ruiled the work force (for those of us who can work from home) for about 12 weeks (give or take) and counting. I'm not sure about you but I am over Zoom! (sorry, not sorry). They are mundane and can be a tedious task especially when no one participates in the meeting.... Continue Reading →

Closed Doors

I'm sure you'e heard the saying, when one door closes, another opens or something similar. It often refers to failing or losing one thing and a new opportunity appears shortly after. But what about doors you've closed? Once I graduated from my master's program, life really fell apart and together at the same time. I... Continue Reading →

Invisible Enemy

These days, I find myself staring at covid-19. I’m constantly reminded of the invisible enemy from radio/television commercials, texts from family members, endless zoom meetings, working from home, face masks or no face masks, six feet stickers or tape everywhere I look. I’m sure you’re facing the same. We are all faced with this and... Continue Reading →

Through The Window

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 →

day ? — Things get interesting

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 →

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