Empty Cannery Row pics & the fly by as profile pic Besides the crazy hotel night where my neighbors were continually knocking on my door, starting at 10p and scaring the crap out of me, this has been a nice mini-trip. Would I say it's safe to travel? I don't know about commercial airline travel … Continue reading Day 60: Putting my big toe in the water
My back is a ton better, no relaxers yesterday or last night. These episodes usually last a lot longer, I think the swimming and slow jogging strengthened it enough to not take me to the ground. There will be no more sprinting for me! I wish I could write out my day, let's just say … Continue reading Day 40: Semi normal day
Spent the morning reading blogs from different parts of the world, we all seem to share the same parts of this. Stay home orders, can't go to work, crappy Gov't responses. When I was in Paris a few months ago, the sales clerk and I chatted about Trump & Macron. Neither of us were thrilled … Continue reading Day 33: Suck it up people, this is worldwide !!
Or so we hope.... Every day I write a list of what to do that day, just dumb things like, "practice piano" or "wash hair." Today is actually venturing out to the unknown, San Leandro for a car tune up for the warranty. I got this car in December, it's a Kona electric with almost … Continue reading Day 30: 30 down, 15 more to go
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
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