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The Masked Minnesotan

I wear a face mask when I go to a store or church: or any place where I’ll be near other folks. I do so because the COVID-19 pandemic is still in progress. These days, wearing a mask in public … Continue reading

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Self-Isolation in the Family

COVID-19, the pandemic coronavirus disease, has come to my house. Maybe. My son has been sick. Yesterday he had a telephone checkup. I don’t know what the official term is for a medical interview conducted via telephone. He’s been told … Continue reading

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Another Visit

This household’s Christmas tree lights were lit last night. We’d kept the tree, decorations and all up well past Epiphany to be ready for a visit that started last night. Number two daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter arrived yesterday. We had … Continue reading

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Another Death in the Family

A family get-together was supposed to be happening at our house today. It’s been canceled or rescheduled. I don’t know which. That’s probably just as well. There’s a winter weather advisory here, and a winter storm warning over the county … Continue reading

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