There’s two sides of every coin, lest we take the bad without the good. That’s why I’m listing the top ten things that we got from the shutdown from March to May. 10. Some time off Admittedly not everyone got furloughed or let go due to the coronavirus, but many millions of people did. SoContinue reading “Top 10 Good Things that Have Come from the Shutdown”
This post is in response to the article: “Contact Tracing Program Introduced in Kentucky” on Lex18.com. Our newly appointed Kentucky governor introduced a seven month contact tracing program yesterday during a press conference. It’s basically a strategy to follow around victims of COVID-19 (unspecified as to how) and then health officials will contact the dozensContinue reading “Is Our Freedom Ebbing Away?”
Would we be in this position if the coronavirus came twenty years ago?
People everywhere are still trapped at home and trying new things, especially in the realm of making videos to post online, whether they be Disneyland reenactments, discussions about The Tiger King, or making videos to be given a shoutout on John Krasinski’s SGN (Hi, John xXoXooO!!!). I’ll be honest, I’ve been in a creative funk,Continue reading “Keith Farthington on How to Make an Instructional Video”
If these quarantine times have offered any value at all, it’s the gift of time. AmIright? (Unless you’re a healthcare or retail worker, or hold any position that has been deemed essential, then you truly are a hero worthy of Tony Stark’s EDITH glasses.) But for the rest of us, we’ve been given the opportunityContinue reading “Starting Fresh, Starting Over”
A married couple in quarantine reaches out to others in the same boat.
My favorite little girl on the planet turns three today. She can drive me up a wall at times, and I’ve had my share of losing my cool, but she knows that she’s daddy’s most prized possession. We drove two hours north to IKEA yesterday to pick up a kitchen set for her birthday. (InContinue reading “Happy Birthday, Kat!”