"Settle For Nothing", by Rage Against the Machine, is today's background track. It's been a minute since my last post! So, what's been going on? ==================================================================== I'm still working at TRIMARC and just passed my 5-year anniversary! It's been a fun, interesting 5 years, monitoring the interstates in Louisville and the Northern KY areas. A … Continue reading Baaaack, back, back, back….
Here's what was planned for today:- work 'til 2:30 PM- get a Driver's Manual, after work- pick up my Warfarin prescription- get ready for Carvana delivery on Thursday morningInstead.... Work, while the day was dragging, went well. I got my Car Insurance paperwork printed and ready to go for Thursday. Insurance payment #1 came out … Continue reading July 21st, 2020
Random thoughts, observations, and updates on a Friday afternoon. I FINALLY feel like I'm getting back to a 'comfortable routine', after months of spinning my wheels! I cleaned my bathroom, cleaned the hall, cleaned the stove top, and swept the living room, things that I had put off for months due to mental and physical … Continue reading Short Circuits: Summertime
It is May 1st and I am fully vaccinated from Covid-19! I got my 2nd shot on April 7th. I cannot tell you what a relief it is to have those shots out of the way! I'm still wearing masks (they are mandatory on the city buses) but I now don't have to worry about … Continue reading COVID-19: ‘Safe at 3rd!’
As of March 10th, I do not have COVID-19. But there's better news: I finally received the first of 2 Pfizer vaccine shots for COVID-19! Yesterday (March 9th), a lot of local Kroger and Walgreens pharmacies opened up appointment slots; I took one for this morning, since I had already asked for the day off.It … Continue reading Covid-19 ‘Inside The Terrordome’: Dang, March!
As of February 13tth, I do not have COVID-19. I should go get tested again, though. 'The Frozen Tundra' title refers to an Ice Storm that hit Louisville and a good chunk of Kentucky on Wednesday. We got anywhere from 0.2"-0.5" of ice, enough to cause power outages, downed trees, and a WHOLE LOT of … Continue reading COVID-19 ‘Short Circuits’: The Frozen Tundra
No life-altering revelations or anything like that. I am in Phase 1C (out of 5) for the COVID-19 Vaccine. I hesitated on getting the vaccine at first, but there's been plenty of time for scientists to collect data on the vaccine(s), report any side effects, and note success rates. Kentucky is currently doing prep work … Continue reading Random Thoughts on a Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning
I think it's safe to say that "Avoid COVID-19" is at the top of everyone's 2021 Resolutions/Wish List. 😉 My 2020 List, how each item turned out, and a Resolution/Wish/Goal for 2021 at the end, in groups: Graduate from WKU by December. This failed, only on a Logistics technicality.I took all 'On Demand' classes in … Continue reading … And A Look Ahead To 2021
I like to write posts, in the last week of December, that are part "Best Of..." lists, part Resolution reviews, and Resolutions/Goals/Wishes for the upcoming year.Covid-19 pretty much dominated the first two; let's hope it doesn't dominate too much of 2021. Best of 2020 Comic Book Villains While Podicus Wrecks recorded through much of 2020, … Continue reading A (much smaller) Look Back At 2020….
"One Month Left in 2020" I do not have Covid-19. Unfortunately, I have recently lost a friend to it, have another friend in and out of the hospital with it, a 3rd friend that's dealing with the beginnings of it, and a 4th friend that just got over it. Melinda/Zoom Call The friend that I … Continue reading COVID-19: ‘Short Circuits’, 12/2-12/4