Monthly Archives: March 2020


Asian flu Bolivian hemorrhagic fever Brazilian hemorrhagic fever Ebola German measles Japanese encephalitis Lyme disease Marburg virus Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) Pontiac fever Rift Valley fever Rocky Mountain spotted fever Spanish flu Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever West Nile virus Wuhan virus (or Wuhan penumonitis)   These are all diseases, illnesses, named after the geography of […]

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Afternoon craft

Make a paper photo frame– this is a very simple series of folds. You start with a square piece of paper. The picture you are framing will be inserted on the diagonal, and the frame will hold a picture less than half the size of the original square, depending on how wide or narrow you […]

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I don’t want to be run around shouting doomsday, but doomsday. “One of the current problems with addressing the pandemic is the social pressures of taking action today. It’s awkward, and feels like an over-reaction. The reason it feels like an overreaction is that most people OVERWEIGHT the currently reported cases and inherently UNDERWEIGHT the mathematics of how the virus is spreading and what will […]

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Pandemic grocery shopping

I mostly do my grocery shopping by grocery pick up- I shop online, then I park at the grocery store and they bring it out to me.  I prefer this to shopping with the Cherub at the best of times, and this the not the best of times (I don’t think it’s the worst, either, […]

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Need a laugh?

She is so awesome. This lady is a nurse in Tennessee. She just left the grocery – it’s chaos – and she’s tired. “Y’all, there are so many stupid people in this world…”🤣😭💀 — Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) March 16, 2020

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