Archives for July 2020

Let Us Not Forget We are Living Through History In the Making and The Generations That Come After Will Never Forget Us

We are living through history in the making and the generations that come after will never forget us.  We are not only passively living through the time of COVID-19, each of us is affecting the trajectory of this coronavirus. During this self-induced media overload, I learned that our seasonal flu, for which we get a […]

The Four Ways The Pandemic COVID-19 Even Affects Our Celebration of National Ice Cream Month

July is National Ice Cream Month.   That makes sense.  July is the highlight month of the summer, with July 4th and summer vacations and celebrations.  This year with COVID-19 is different, but one thing is the same, the summer is the time we most crave ice cream, cold and creamy.  In a previous National Ice […]

It Is Wonderful It Is Not Only Boomers Who Feel Like We Are Losing It During the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Three Top Tips for Counteracting The Fog We Are Feeling

My friends and I who are Boomers keep sharing that we cannot remember what day it is and what we did yesterday, much less last week or last month. We share going to another room for a reason and then forgetting why we are there. We share that we cannot remember whether it is Sunday […]

The Best and Worst About Our Grandchildren Safely Going To School This Coming School Year While the Pandemic, COVID-19, Is Still Among Us

This Grandma interviewed the three oldest grandchildren to preserve their memories about what life is like during the pandemic.  The questions included was the worst thing about their isolation during the lockdown due to the pandemic.  See post, “What Will Our Grandchildren Remember About Living Through The Coronavirus Pandemic COVID-19 and How To Memorialize their […]

A Humorous and Profound View on What We Have Learned from Covid-19: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

A friend who is an outstanding writer shared an article she wrote for her local community newsletter and gave me permission to share it with you. We all need a laugh at this time and I think the laughs you get will be more than you expected. I thank Nancy Schaal, the author, for sharing […]