Quarantine Diary: Minutes

Give it a minute. Before this is over, you’ll be changed. I’m reading the words all over the place: What are you excited to do when this is over? What do you miss since being quarantined?  My first thought was how excited I am to hug the people I love. All of them. And huggingContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Minutes”

Quarantine Diary: Tendons

Before I had time to think, we were holed up together and uncertain of a time when normalcy would ever return. What a rude awakening. Just days before, I was sitting in a hospital waiting to have a scheduled surgery. My husband and I were watching the news that morning as the virus was beginningContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Tendons”

Walking in the Fields

Feet on the ground. My feet are on the ground, and it’s a moment where I wish they weren’t. The perspective from right here sucks. I see you all plowing, planting, and fertilizing the soil under your own feet, and I don’t know what kind of fruit you’re looking to produce. I don’t even knowContinue reading “Walking in the Fields”