This season marks the end of an extended 12-month winter. A hero’s journey for us all. Happy Spring Equinox, Friends!
As the new year begins, it looks a lot like the year that just ended. Yes, we have a vaccine now for Covid19, but the success of it will take many months to change our current situation. And that is only if everyone gets… Continue Reading “Janus: Looking Forward, Looking Back”
Maybe I have Covid19. I spent four months in Italy when infection rates were the highest in the world. Most of that time I was in Sicily. In quarantine, like everyone else in Italy. Unable to leave my apartment except for necessities. And since… Continue Reading “Covid Testing and Quarantine – Part 1”
Leaving Italy after four months during Coronovirus proved a bit more challenging than I expected.
Being in Italy for four months during Covid19 was wonderful in so many ways. And still, some days were hard. Really hard.
Another 793 people died in Italy yesterday. 627 the day before. A total of 53,578 cases nation-wide. Over 6,000 people have recovered and 2,857 are listed as critical. So many numbers. Numbers that equal lives. A week ago when Italy declared a lockdown on… Continue Reading “Coronavirus in Italy, Part 1: Understanding What’s Different About America”