Showing posts from February, 2021

A Year Later

It's a month later.  My last blog post exactly a month ago. It was a quick one - I wrote it almost frantically as I realized that Groundhog Day was coming up and, as it was based on that event, I needed to get it done quickly. This month has flown by. I have barely thought about this blog. Of course, it has only 28 days and that's part of it, but that's not the only thing. I have noticed this phenomenon of February feeling like it lasts only a week year after year. But the more important point is that it's a year later. It's now been almost a year that COVID has been a part of our lives. Can you believe it's been a year?  When we first heard that we needed to stay at home as much as possible, wear masks, and that restaurants, businesses, schools, and churches would temporarily close, they told us it would last only about two weeks.  I don't know about you, but I know that I can do anything for two weeks. I remember when I was in college, I would make the con