In a time when many of us are feeling isolated, whether by Covid or politics, one thing we all have in common is that we view the world through a unique lens that’s crafted by the lives we’ve led. The only way we can try and make sense out of this complicated world is to … Continue reading A Shameful Piece of History
I just found 697 hours with nothing at all to do. For someone who’s always stressing about there not being enough hours in the day, it’s a tremendous gift. You see, I had to have three rounds of chemo last week to treat multiple sclerosis. This particular type of chemo kills your T cells, which … Continue reading What Would You Do with 697 Hours?
Dear friend, I’ve seen your social media posts about how you refuse to wear a mask. I know they’re uncomfortable, and you think they’re trying to take away your freedom by forcing you to wear one. You’ve mentioned that you’re unlikely to get COVID-19 anyway, and even if you did, you’re perfectly healthy so it … Continue reading A letter to my mask-less friends