Author Archives: GinaBee

How the Past Two Years Have Prepared Me to More Calmly Cope With COVAD-19 (Part III)

(The short version…our life’s been like this for us for over two years – falling headlong from one frightening personal disaster to the next.)  This is the third installment of several chronicling the most difficult two years of our life. … Continue reading

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How the Past Two Years Have Prepared Me to More Calmly Cope With COVAD-19 (Part II)

(The short version…our life’s been like this for us for over two years – falling headlong from one frightening personal disaster to the next.)  This is the second installment of several chronicling the most difficult two years of our life. (Read … Continue reading

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How the Past Two Years Have Prepared Me to More Calmly Cope With COVAD-19 (Part I)

(The short version…our life’s been like this for us for over two years – falling headlong from one frightening personal disaster to the next.)  This is the first installment of several chronicling the most difficult two years of our life. … Continue reading

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One Pandemic, Seven Lessons

I’ve got a little time on my hands as I’m self-quarantining for at least the next couple weeks. Personally, I need to see the bigger picture as we face this unique set of circumstances so, I thought, what better use … Continue reading

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Guys, I’m Afraid This Is Our Fault…

Once upon a time in American politics, during my lifetime, a citizen like me could be apathetic, wishy-washy, uninformed, lazy, ignorant, disinterested… I know because I, myself, was. I could afford to be because I was among a particularly privileged … Continue reading

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