Getting a little worried that there was no plan until after the elections in November the way things are going They alerted us that shelter in place was until the end of May now, then last night they laid out a plan in 4 stages. I'll admit to completely freaking out when they said the … Continue reading Day 44: California has a plan!!
To walk to the mailbox with!! Yay!! Tomorrow is 40 F'ing days. I'm learning a lot about myself, that I'm not a homesteader or a homemaker & I'm pretty close to going INSANE!!! At least my back is doing a lot better, haven't taken any pain stuff today. The Bay Area has been in this … Continue reading Day 39: New sandals!!
Still bed ridden, a lot better than yesterday at least. More sore from laying in bed than my actual back at this point. 2 things I love most, darting off places and actually getting out and doing stuff - gone in a second with that sprint the other day & this COVID lock down. My … Continue reading Day 38: Or 380?
Now that this COVID ordeal is completely out of control with no end in sight, because for some reason widespread testing is not available, everyone's completely freaked out. The big mutiny in my hometown of Manhattan Beach is opening the beaches back up for the residents, all LA beaches are closed. It does seem a … Continue reading Day 31: Mutiny
Will there come a time when someone says, "Let's go to the reservoir" and I'm not up for it because I'm so used to being within a mile of my house? We watched kind of a lame movie last night, Ad Astra. Now HE was isolated, we're not that isolated. It's weird to go to … Continue reading Day 29: Adjusting
Supposedly, we'll have to see on that one. For the first time in weeks I ventured out to the stores with no problems (since it was Easter) to see some empty shelves and a mix of hazmat vs not a care in the world attitudes. My world has been limited to the neighborhood, no idea … Continue reading Day 28: Another fortnight
Nothing like everyones life on hold indefinitely for a virus/government shutdown. In Northern California the hardest hit are the nursing homes and then a homeless shelter in San Francisco that has a ton of cases as of yesterday. As I go about my new routine, trying to get out of this funk again, it occurs … Continue reading Day 26: Corona-coaster
Apologies for the daily updates, had no idea this would last this long. When I started doing the daily blogs it was supposed to be until the April 7th (I think, I can barely remember?). Now it's indefinite, supposedly May 3rd, who knows for sure? Can't say what's going on besides my 1 mile radius … Continue reading Day 25: ???
Besides the 3 of us (4 if you include the dog) in an ever shrinking house, I finally found a quarantined, long term goal of the 30th Anniversary of the Bisbee stair climb in Oct. I've done this quite a few times, my back has prevented me the last couple of years - either that … Continue reading Day 23: Always look @ the bright side of life
There is a bright side in all this, got outside after the weekend rain to the sky bluer than it's ever been. The planet needed a breather, we've been pretty hard on mother nature so it's no wonder why she bonked us. In my former active lifestyle there was always a healthy fear of mother … Continue reading Day 22: Blue Skies