Life

Dreams

I read an article the other day that said more people were having vivid dreams during this pandemic. Deirdre Barrett, a psychologist at Harvard Medical School, suggested the spike in dream recall is a side effect of the slower-paced lifestyle some non-essential workers are now… Read More »Dreams

Tense

I can feel it. The collective tenseness in the air, the tightness in our shoulders, as we pass each other in supermarkets wearing ill-fitted masks and wrinkled gloves.

Urgent Care Diaries

Back in January, I swear I had COVID-19. Nobody believed me. I was in Vegas for a work function and a few days later had these symptoms: Fever Shortness of breath/shallow breathing Cough I went to Urgent Care, but they scoffed at my concern that… Read More »Urgent Care Diaries

The New World

A lot has changed in the last week. A week ago I was in work overdrive prepping for my big event and this week I’m wondering if I have enough toilet paper and food to last through Gov. Newsom’s mandated-quarantine here in Los Angeles. LA… Read More »The New World

Patterns

I have to admit I’m enjoying the pseudo-anonymity of writing here. It reminds me of the days when I used to blog on Livejournal (yes, Livejournal). I cringe when I read my old entries. Just now I logged into my very first Livejournal (freshman year… Read More »Patterns