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
I’ve always had a weird fascination with apocalyptic films – when the world goes to hell, I’m sucked in by stories of how people react to having their world turned upside down. Of course, living through coronavirus, which is starting to feel like an apocalypse, is quite a different experience than reading about it or … Continue reading Lessons from the Apocalypse. And basketball.