Category Archives: Journal of A Plague Year

Hurricane Corona

Being Houstonians, we are naturally prepared for a temporary interruption in American life: a week’s worth of canned goods, an extra propane tank, a solar powered radio – but this is different. I don’t know if CVH didn’t accept my … Continue reading

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M-m-m-my Corona

I woke up CVH this a.m. with my rendition of the classic The Knack hit. When you gonna give to me, g-give to me Is it just a matter of time, corona? Of course, there were about ten thousand of … Continue reading

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Safe Shopping

Grocery stores are starting to look like the Soviet Russian ones depicted in The Americans. Fresh meat counter – empty.  Completely. Bare, even. No potatoes.  No carrots.  They did have broccoli and cauliflower and blueberries, so that’s what we got.  … Continue reading

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Don’t touch your face!

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Journal of a Plague Year

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