Love in the Time of Corona: Week 14


I exist in my bubble of comfort and privilege but I am keeping my eyes and mind open. I sometimes avert my gaze because it is overwhelming but I return to it. I am present and heartened to see things starting to shift. Go hard for Elijah, Breonna, George, and the countless unnamed victims of America’s most bitter and cruel legacy.

Love in the Time of Corona: Day 54


It looks like my blog/glob is turning into a weekly roundup, that’s how great I’m doing at staying busy. I got my latest batch of masks out the door and I’m taking advantage of the break in-between my next workflow to do a little catching up. It seems that no sooner than I fulfill my […]

Love in the Time of Corona: Day 34


Sourdough bread update … it turned out great! Yes it could have had bigger air pockets. Yes the crust could have been crustier. But it was my first attempt and I pretty much half-assed it because I didn’t have all day, and it was delicious. It had that wonderful sourdough taste and crust and I […]

Love in the Time of Corona: Day 33ish


I’m giving myself one hour to write this post because I’M THAT BUSY. For real, it’s ridiculous. I pretty much make masks, do some mandatory self-care (walking, strength training, salad eating – which takes forever!) gourmet cooking for the boys and then sew, sew, sew. I go to bed exhausted. Easter was a bust because […]

Love in the Time of Corona: Day 23


I’ll admit it. Like someone driving past a car crash, I couldn’t help but look. I watched (some) Tiger King to see what all the fuss was about. Do I feel dirty? Yes. DB is into it but I’m a little hesitant, especially after watching the first episode. “You’re hung up on the tragedy of […]

Love in the Time of Corona: Day 20


I got this nifty little notification today. I guess that’s not happening, not that it’s all that pressing at this time. My biggest motivation to get my divorce finalized was to get my short-term rental license so I could rent out my little house on weekends to supplement my income. Who knows when the pandemic […]