Love in the Time of Corona: A Series

I’ve been thinking about a series of quarantines in years gone by, and for some reason, Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel, Love in the Time of Cholera, keeps resurfacing in my head. During the cholera outbreak, so many people were feeling similarly about the state of humanity: fear, loneliness, uncertainty. However, Marquez writes: “It was theContinue reading “Love in the Time of Corona: A Series”

Just A Number

My second musing into the intricacies and absurdities of life is focused on age–the skirmish between years spent and years left as the hourglass empties, the verifiable number versus the mindset, the fears associated with aging, and the quantifiable worth of a life. Warning: emotions ahead. Why, one asks, this particular rumination on an averageContinue reading “Just A Number”

A Face To Meet The Faces That We Meet

Looking back at my earliest blog post. Caution: dangerous self-acceptance road ahead. This post was an expression of my distaste for assumptions, something for which we are all guilty at some point. “Look in the mirror. You are now looking at the person responsible for your happiness.” ~Charles Orlando~ The bathroom mirror, the fun-house effectContinue reading “A Face To Meet The Faces That We Meet”