Tag Archives: COVID-19

Brain Defogging, Technical Issues, and Me

I’m doing a quick ‘it’s all about me’ post today, just in case I don’t get this week’s piece about crossword puzzles and other threats to civilization done. Perceived threats, I should say. Okay. That’s why I’m writing this. Onward! … Continue reading

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Comments, Technical Difficulties and Other Frustrations

(Norbert Nerdly — my frustrations, personified.) If you have tried writing a comment on one of these posts, thank you! And if you have been unable to do so, sorry about that. You’re not alone. Earlier this week, my oldest … Continue reading

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COVID-19 and My Adoration Chapel Routine

I’ve been spending an hour in Sauk Centre’s St. Faustina Adoration Chapel every Wednesday afternoon for several years. At least since 2014. At first, the time felt like an hour of ‘doing nothing.’ But I kept going, because I thought … Continue reading

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Experiencing COVID-19: It Could Have Been Worse

Another week has passed, and I still haven’t written about fusion power experiments on both sides of the Atlantic. It’s on my to-do list, but I’m putting it off until I’m less distracted and more clear-headed. Besides, this has been … Continue reading

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