COVID 19: February 19, 2021

It is absolutely time to cancel everything for the rest of the year, and possibly next year.  This is a time for lament.  With 2021 clearly becoming a write off like last year, there’s no sense in hoping to celebrate Easter or Christmas in real life this year.  The variants…

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COVID 19: January 29, 2021 CODE BLACK

It’s incredibly annoying how many things I’ve merely joked about in the past about this pandemic have actually come to pass.  Epidemiologist celebrities, they finally get their chance to be in charge, and Christmas over screens for examples.  I have a certain sense of humour where people think I’m being…

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COVID 19: January 2, 2021

It’s still here. It’ll be here forever.  It’s time to accept that.  I haven’t written on this subject for quite some time, but it doesn’t mean it’s gone away.  Cases are very low where I am, which is a good thing.  I continue to be healthy.  The Atlantic Bubble is…

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COVID 19: September 20, 2020

It was my first real life Church service since before this whole thing started.  Technically, we had started in person services with all the safety, mask wearing, and social distancing the previous week, but I missed it due to reasons that aren’t applicable to this post.  It was nice to…

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