Tag Archives: isolation

Waiting

Jane Dougall's shadow

In her account of how she is managing life in self-isolation, Jane Dougall writes that she has spent most of her life waiting for something. Now is no different, but what makes this current situation so challenging is the “unknown unknowing”. What Jane does know is that “we are not going back to what was.”

How are you holding up?

Isolated woman staring out the window

As we all try to grapple with being isolated, some people are doing better than others. It’s a difficult time and one that Val Walker never anticipated when she wrote her book (out today) 400 Friends and No One to Call. We spoke on the phone recently and she shared how she came to write the book, as well as some wisdom about dealing with our current situation.

COVID-19 and another way to say I love you

Thinking of you card

Thursday was my cousin’s 60th birthday. I have a present and a card that I was planning to deliver to her in person. Because of coronavirus concerns, on Monday, the thought crossed my mind that maybe I should mail them. I decided no, under the circumstances, I’ll make it a quick visit, keep my distance, […]