Literally NOTHING has been going on so there’s been nothing to write about.
Just a whole lot of sitting at home and watching old episodes of The Blacklist and No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain.
I must admit, I liked No Reservations more before Tony died.
Now it just reminds me of a brilliant life cut short by suicide.
And speaking of brilliant lives cut short, the deaths of Naya Rivera from Glee and Kelly Preston have saddened me.
It feels like the world has gone a little lopsided and I miss the good old days before death was the news du jour.
Now you know why I haven’t been blogging.
I’m a little depressed lately.
There’s been little to cheer me up.
And why write and infect others with my pessimism and fear?
I’ll tell you what frightens me the most.
The idea of opening up schools BEFORE there’s a cure or a vaccine for Covid-19.
I DESPERATELY need a project to work on so I’m not left ruminating on all the things I’m worried about right now.
The only good news coming out of all this is that my family is well (so far).
We are all getting along (so far).
And pretty soon we will get to celebrate Duncan’s 21st birthday.
I’m holding on to the little things to cheer myself up.
It’s not perfect, but it’s something.