Maintain calm and common sense. It is the first Monday after a major holiday in the middle of a pandemic. A vaccine is on the horizon for most of us, but still months away from our arms. Shelter-in, or mask up when going outside. Keep social distance. The New Year awaits us. Photo of veryContinue reading “Monday Alert!”
As we shelter in, Anne completed a 1,000 piece jig saw puzzle in about 24 hours. I stared at it a few times, but couldn’t fit anything, so I made a birdhouse. Recommend these New Yorker puzzles–all the pieces are there and the shapes are varied.
Last evening two cyclists approached California’s capitol building in Sacramento in a bike lane. The second photo is what was in front of them and behind me. Downtown Sacramento has bike lanes all over, making it an easy city to maneuver on two wheels, save for the occasional idiot who flings a parked car doorContinue reading “Bikes Have a Place and so do Masks”
Anne is sewing masks for the war on Covid-19. We practice social distancing, wash hands constantly and wear masks, in part, to remind others of the importance of social distancing.