Stuck at Home

Yay. Sort of.

I'm home today, a surprise day off.  I'm home because I'm self-employed and I've lost 2/3 of my clients for the "foreseeable future" because my clients are assisted living communities.  Thank you COVID-19. I just came back from a one-week (very expensive) vacation.  I went to work for a week and now my work has … Continue reading Yay. Sort of.

Quarantine

Quarantine – Uh Oh, It’s Here

  Well, it's come to my home.  Not the virus itself, but its effects. I work with the assisted-living community.  My biggest client is actually a franchise that represents a third of the buildings I visit.  They have closed ALL buildings throughout March (at least), due to an abundance of caution.  I fully expect my … Continue reading Quarantine – Uh Oh, It’s Here

Depressed Woman (Edited)

I Know What You’re Thinking: How I Became a Loner

Response to Pointless Overthinking's Question of the Day – No. 508   "How often do you assume others think bad about you and how do those thoughts look like?"  When I read this prompt, a torrent of emotions flowed into me.  Do I assume others think bad about me?  YES YES A THOUSAND TIMES YES. … Continue reading I Know What You’re Thinking: How I Became a Loner

You Don't Know What You Don't Know

Annoyingly Profound, Part 2: “You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know”

Throughout my marriage, two of my husband's most-used phrases have driven me crazy.  The first (as in the one which appeared earliest and has been used most often) is "It is what it is."  The second, which appeared only a few years ago, is "You don't know what you don't know" and, oddly enough, this … Continue reading Annoyingly Profound, Part 2: “You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know”

it Is What It Is

Annoyingly Profound, Part 1: “It is What it Is”

Throughout my marriage, two of my husband's most-used phrases have driven me crazy.  The first (as in the one which appeared earliest and has been used most often) is "It is what it is."  The second, which appeared only a few years ago, is "You don't know what you don't know" and, oddly enough, this … Continue reading Annoyingly Profound, Part 1: “It is What it Is”