As I noted in the post showing the clues of the What Is It? Challenge, each item has something to do with my actions during this self isolation period. A Kleenex seems to always be in my hand Ice cream topped with strawberries, blue berries and chocolate sauce cures any isolation stress The only exercise… Continue reading Answers to What Is It?
Another challenge to be tried thanks to Weekend Challenge at https://weeklyprompts.com/2020/05/16/weekend-challenge-what-is-it-3/. They each have something to do with my actions during this Corona Virus self isolation. Check out the answers at https://margosviews.wordpress.com/2020/05/21/answers-to-what-is-it/ Here are my entries so let me know what you think each is. I try to keep others safe. To ease my stress is… Continue reading What Is It? 3
We had a sizzling April in San Miguel de Allende, and thankfully May has brought showers and cooler weather. This is surprising because historically May is the hottest month in this high desert town in central Mexico. With any luck the gods will grace us with more damp days and lower temperatures. Summer is considered… Continue reading Can We Think About Something Else?
I’ve lost track of what Alert Level we are currently under here in San Miguel de Allende. And if I knew the alert level, I would have no idea what that would mean. Level 2 or 3? Is there a level 8? All I know is traffic is light, I can’t find anything but over… Continue reading Over Ripe Bananas? Really?
Self-isolation is tough on my ego. I currently have too much time to contemplate what I do or don’t do. I’m faced hourly with a list of ‘shoulds’ weighed against ‘coulds’. Actually, it’s more than hourly, it’s closer to every 10 minutes. The silverware drawer needs organizing. Yep, but I need to drag out my… Continue reading Laziness Raises It’s Ugly Head
Coronavirus. COVID-19 It’s the life-changing talk of the world. Here in San Miguel, the ex-pat community is ‘hunkering down’, listening closely to medical advisories, canceling meetings, and communicating via Internet and phone with friends and family rather than face to face encounters. I’m guessing the same thing is happening world-wide as we face the realities… Continue reading Coronavirus, COVID-19