No, really. What else do I write about when I don’t want to spread COVID-19? When my desire to travel grows but so does the number of new cases reported daily?
I’m taking any and all ideas please. This pandemic has been rough.
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If you’re anything like me, you’ve been scrolling endlessly for the last 24 hours. Flipping back and forth between news channels. I’m getting constant alerts and notifications about projected winners and demands for recounts.
If you’re looking for a quick distraction, or just want a little break, take a look at my trip to Letchworth State Park.
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Ah yes, my GPS. One of the most useful tools I’ve used throughout my travels.
Lately, I’ve been trying to use it a little less and I think you should, too.
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If you’ve been living under a rock, maybe you haven’t heard anything about Rochester, N.Y. these past few weeks.
Maybe you haven’t heard about Daniel Prude, Mayor Lovely Warren or (now former) Chief La’Ron Singletary.
I’m not debriefing you on that. It’s my day off — I’m not reporting the news here. That’s up to you to educate yourself. I’m here to ask you one thing when you scroll through countless newsfeeds, websites and tweets…
Continue reading “Check in on your journalist friends”
As of this week – I’ve lived in Rochester for a whole month!
Moving is stressful enough. Moving in the middle of a pandemic? Something I thought I’d never have to do.
But here we are. And I did it. Here’s how it went –
Continue reading “Moving to a new city…in a pandemic…”