COVID-19 Wk 39.5: Vaccine

I’m a bit behind on posting something about week 39 of Covid-19 and 2020 in general. Been extremely mellow this past week. Mia spent a good chunk of Sunday doing her annual Christmas baking. We’ve got a plethora of sweets to choose from in the house right now. Carmelita Bars Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies Kissed…

COVID-19 Wk 38: Doing our thing

I predicted the other week that Oregon would exceed 2,500 cases within a week of Thanksgiving. I was only a day off and a couple hundred cases off. I can’t say I’m surprised. People will preach to others about social distancing, staying local, limiting chances of exposure, etc. But in the true American way when…

COVID-19 Wk 36: Where Do We Go From Here

In COVID news: over 1,500 new COVID cases reported yesterday and 7 new deaths. Thanksgiving is just days away and I’m saying it now, within a week of Turkey Day, we will be over 2,500 cases. It seems inevitable at this point. I also read that ranch sales are booming across the west. The whole…

COVID-19 Wk 35: Getting Worse

Trump still refuses to concede an election he claims was rigged. John Bolton has the best quote of the whole thing so far. “The arguments that Trump and his campaign are making on the conspiracy to deny him reelection is this conspiracy is so vast and so successful that apparently there’s no evidence of it.”…

COVID-19 Wk 28: Fall is Here

I feel like there should be some sort of reference to 28 Weeks Later. At least in the movie the rage virus had been somewhat contained or maybe better said people where “safe” behind the quaratine zone. With COVID I still feel the best thing is to avoid contact with too many people and stay…

COVID-19 Wk 27: Take a Deep Breath

It’s been one hell of a week! There is really no other way to put it. Between the Oregon Wildfires, COVID and the death of Justice Ginsburg 2020 continues to hands down be the winner of suckiest year of my lifetime. Air quality was so horrendous this week in our area that our garbage service…