I've said it a time or two, but the CEO here at UIHC / UISFCH, is amazing. He's great with sharing info regarding COVID, and racial injustices, and financial impacts of COVID. He's hosted weekly webcasts, monthly town halls that happen over a variety of times for all to watch. About a month ago he … Continue reading A sigh of relief!
Usually when I wrap up Saturday I make this template for the next week and update numbers as the week goes on either in here or in my spreadsheet I keep in my Google Drive, then in the evening I write a little about each day... I haven't done that. In fact I might just … Continue reading COVID19 By The Numbers
4.26.20 New cases: 384, total cases: 5477, new deaths: 6, total deaths: 119 Lazy day today. The number of cases are growing. I'm getting antsy. When I took the trash out, and talked with the neighbors through their door, one is going to do testing at WL Foods tomorrow. Her places of employment doesn't have … Continue reading COVID19 By The Week 4.26.20-5.2.20
4.19.20 New cases: 389, total cases: 2902, new deaths: 1, total deaths: 75 I've read a lot this weekend. It's been great to finally be in a headspace to be reading again. I went and got gas; this is the third time getting gas in six weeks, which seems crazy, but my checkbook loves it! … Continue reading COVID19 By The Week 4.19.20-4.25.20
I am seeing a lot of posts / memes about "people with out kids, tell me what it's like" followed by something smart ass like "how many baths have you taken, tell me about the 5-10 hobbies you've picked up". They just keep frustrating me. I'm still working, full time. I'm not able to read … Continue reading Because I want to talk about it.