Since Covid-19 destroyed my chances at attending Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando this year, I have spent the month of October watching various horror movies on various streaming platforms. Here’s some of the ones I enjoyed, in no particular order, and where you can watch them.Continue reading →
Well, the cinema might still be closed here, but I’ve been streaming quite a bit, buying the occasional digital copy of movies, including a was-going-to-be-in-the-theater film that went straight to digital.Continue reading →
Since this has been going on for so long, and will continue to go on for at least several more months (my company notified us today, no reopening the office until at least September, and maybe later than that), this is my last “Plague Isolation” post.Continue reading →
I can’t believe it’s been two months since our company told us all to work from home. Although I realize I’m fortunate enough to have the ability to work from home, it seems like it’s been way longer than 8 weeks…Continue reading →
Five weeks. Five weeks of being home almost all the time. Five weeks of trying to find groceries (which is getting harder). Five weeks of listening to politicians make statements.Continue reading →
Two weeks in. Two long weeks in. And, apparently, more to come.Continue reading →
What day of the week is it?
I’m starting to lose track…I need to set up a calendar at home or something. Or check my phone more often, pretty sure it shows the day.
It’s been one week…Continue reading →
It has been five days since my company ordered everyone to work from home in order to help stop the spread of the insidious virus known as COVID-19. Then, two days later, the governor ordered the entire state to stay home, unless working in an “essential” industry. I will certainly do my duty and remain in isolation (with a housemate) as much as possible, only going to the store to replenish food when absolutely necessary.Continue reading →
My dog Dax’s battle with lymphoma has ended. You will be missed, buddy.