If I see Donald Trump’s face or hear his voice, green Jell-O might come shooting out of my eyes and ears. In short, I can’t take it anymore.
“On an island in the sun/We’ll be planning having fun/And it makes me feel so fine/I can’t control my brain!”
I am speechless. I need yoga…LOTS of yoga.
Just passing a stranger while walking my dog, they are afraid to say hello. As if opening their mouth to speak will open them to infection. It will bring them bad luck to interact in any way. I don’ t think they understand this ‘social distancing’ so well, after all.
Joblessness: a word I have dissected with my students, a word I know backwards and forwards, but not for these reasons. This word is getting closer to me, one degree of separation at a time.
“In the year 2020, a reality TV show host will be president of the United States and a global pandemic will shut the world down, the streets will be empty and children will go to school on their computers…” This sounds like stories we were told but didn’t exactly believe.
Now, don’t jump down my throat and accuse me of circulating “fake news” about what “cures” coronavirus. I am not claiming to know what cures or prevents the virus! However, I am a long time student of holistic medicine and I can tell you that it is ALWAYS a smart idea to support your immuneContinue reading “Bone Broth and Bullet Journals”
To begin… my personal history with the rise of the coronacrisis can be traced through my communication of it to my 7th grade students over the past few weeks. I first started hearing students blurt out, “coronavirus!” when someone would cough, or say it for no reason instead of “cooties” when they wanted to teaseContinue reading “Corona-Crisis, Week 2 (approximately)”