The simple act of grocery shopping has now become an anxiety riddled event.
I draw strength from my family’s history and the memes floating around comparing what people had to do during WWII to what we’re being asked to do during this pandemic.
Watching this pandemic unfold is stressful. But I cannot look away.
When push comes to shove, as a mom, I have to stand strong.
We’re all in this together, facing uncertainty. The spring breakers must be seeking cohesion, too.
The quiet reminded me how grim this COVID-19 situation really is.
My mind was reeling. It seemed like the world was spinning into an unknown abyss. People were buying water bottles,
What is it with the professional sector and acronyms? They sure do have this girl confused. Fortunately, kind people made it as okay as it could be.
Growing up is hard to do. I know, I did it. Now guiding my kids through it, I’m reminded of how truly difficult adolescence really was.
Unearned road rage doesn’t end on the road.