COVID19 Check In: Phase Two

Phase Two is my own name, by the way. That’s kind of how it feels since the non-essential retail was allowed to re-open, which was last Monday here in England. Before then, it was all about staying home unless you were doing something essential – like a...

What I Read In May (2020)

May was a great reading month. Still largely in lockdown here in England, with some minor relaxations such as outdoor distanced gatherings of up to 6 people being allowed, and still avoiding the news and social media scroll, I got through a good amount of books....

The Duty of Authenticity

As I write this, I’ve just learned that a highly successful public couple are set to divorce. Their announcement has rocked their community, of which I guess I would say I’m a one-toe-in-the-water, back-of-the-crowd member. I’ve read the books. I...

Muting

Like so many other people, I’ve watched the news surrounding the death of George Floyd with outrage, disappointment and confusion. Outrage and disappointment that another Black man has died at the hands of a police officer there to protect the community, and...

Friday Five: 08/05/20

In these (semi-regular) posts, I share five things. Loves, hates, ideas I’m pondering, places I’m supporting, whatever. This week is quarantine focused, since we’re in lockdown due to COVID19. Stay safe, guys! Here we go: THE RETURN TO SCHOOL  I talked last week about...
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