A Missed Opportunity for Anti-maskers

I have been ranting a LOT about masks lately. I live in Wisconsin and on August 1st our Governor finally issued a mask mandate. When I read the headline in the newspaper it brought me so much joy I can’t even tell you. His action will be life-changing for me. You see, I’m a at-riskContinue reading “A Missed Opportunity for Anti-maskers”

Pay It Forward – Ways to Help During the Pandemic

Growing up I was extremely close to my grandfather. I wasn’t the only person who loved him, Gramps was everybody’s favorite person. He could light up a room, make you feel better when you were blue, make the hurt go away, fix things when it all seemed a big mess. He was an extremely jolly,Continue reading “Pay It Forward – Ways to Help During the Pandemic”

Quarantine Survival Guide (yes another one, but this one is written by a recently recently retired Librarian)

As of yesterday (March 24th) there were 17 states that had declared statewide Stay-at-Home orders. An additional 10 states had issued partial orders, meaning either cities or counties within the state had stay-at-home orders in place. Frankly, I think the entire country should be shut down – it would be the fastest/most efficient way toContinue reading “Quarantine Survival Guide (yes another one, but this one is written by a recently recently retired Librarian)”