Tag: Covid-19

Persephone Returns!

This season marks the end of an extended 12-month winter. A hero’s journey for us all. Happy Spring Equinox, Friends!

Janus: Looking Forward, Looking Back

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”

Covid Testing and Quarantine – Part 1

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”

The Bumpy Road Home

Leaving Italy after four months during Coronovirus proved a bit more challenging than I expected.

Hard Days

Being in Italy for four months during Covid19 was wonderful in so many ways. And still, some days were hard. Really hard.

Coronavirus in Italy, Part 1: Understanding What’s Different About America

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”

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