Right before Covid precautions started shutting everything down, I finally gave into my Dr’s recommendations and started taking an anti-anxiety drug. Low dose. A dose so low it is below the recommended pediatric threshold/guidelines. The joke is that I don’t take a pill, I just lick it! With my boy’s hypersensitive nature towards meds, it […]Read More Adding an Anti-Anxiety Med
There’s been some missed posts lately, and there’s not a whole lot I can do about it. With local businesses reopening, the child care issues that existed for co-workers after the schools shut down but before the service industry shut down have reemerged. That means that work is constantly contacting me for more shifts. That […]Read More Not Posting Much
With Nerdling home all the time, I have been bringing in dinner on Wednesday nights for a carpet picnic. With the resolution of having a different restraunt every week without repeats, it has certainly been a challenge. The shut-down caught many businesses by surprise. To go containers and online ordering weren’t ready for a lot […]Read More Gluten Free Take-Out
By current definition, I am an essential worker; I work home hospice. I am grateful I have a job when so many around me suddenly do not. However, I am also in the high risk category for a bad trip through this disease if I should catch it. I have to work. To go outside […]Read More Being an Essential Worker AND a Compromised Immune System
A tenant of Mormonism is (something along the lines of) Do not prepare in case of rain, prepare FOR rain, because the rain WILL COME! Regardless of how I may feel about Mormonism, I cannot argue with this statement. Hard times, times of rain, will happen – PREPARE! Slowly build surplus for times when you […]Read More …..Because the Rain WILL Come…..
With the virus continuing to cause panic, there has been much discussion on whether or not to cancel the trip. We have decided not to, at least not at this time. We were already going off-season and mid-week, so crowds were already going to be reduced. Now, it will be even more so. With the […]Read More Covid-19
Traveling takes preplanning, for most people-anyway. Add traveling with children to the mix and it DEFINITELY takes preplanning. Unless, of course, your only at-home child is a 16 year old with a free spirit. I would LOVE to still be able to book a room and go on a trip, but those days are gone […]Read More Planning the Next Grande Adventure