I’m sure it comes as no surprise that the longer I’m home the more stir crazy I get. The more stir crazy I get the loonier I become. The loonier I become the more downright weird my thought processes are.
The 2020 legislative session wrapped up early on March 19, with the threat of the COVID-19 virus and the social distancing recommendation (later a stay at home executive order). The final week consisted of a variety of important measures to help Kansas address the coronavirus pandemic and the economic impact.
When I was in high school, I was introduced to John Steinbeck’s work.
Do you have questions about your livestock and other animals with the Covid-19 virus?
So here we are, an entire state, grounded. Or, that’s what it feels like. I, for one, don’t think I broke any rules. I haven’t a curfew to miss. I have no one to talk back to since I live alone anyway. Well, I guess I haven’t done all my chores…. Maybe that’s it?
In this time of national and international crisis, I want to thank our friends and neighbors, who put themselves at risk to keep our city and county functioning and safe.
If there was ever a time when census data matters, I would say this is it. The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting every single one of us, whether we actually contract the virus or not.
I got my hair cut the other day. I know that doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it took my locks from shoulder length to ear length, and that’s kind of a big deal. It was also the final liberation of my post-chemo hair growth. Every hair on my head is now untouched by toxic chemicals.
One would think, after as many decades as I have spent in Kansas, I would be accustomed to the crazy weather and the equally as unstable allergy seasons. Nonetheless, I am hoodwinked every year.