When Are We Going to Be Talking About a Post Pandemic World?

It has been slightly over a month since I wrote about the pandemic virus. Unfortunately, headlines generally support another surge plowing through those few unvaccinated people – sooner than later. The headline that attracted my attention today told us that … Continue reading

How Bad is It Here Compared to Everywhere Else?

The media tells us how bad it is in the United States daily. But, have you ever wondered how bad it is here and in other places? Would you believe there are places in the world where the survival rate … Continue reading

Is the Boogie Man Trying to Frighten Us Again?

Another day, another variant. Viruses mutate often. Many times, the variant fades away because it cannot sustain itself. Other times, many people become infected, and the virus lives to see another day. India was one of the first countries to … Continue reading

Imagination Can Take Pointy-Talky Cards to New Level

A pointy-talky card is a way to communicate. They have been used for many years. It is basic communication between two people who do not share the same language. A pictograph can have both the language of the person using … Continue reading

Normal Life Restarting in New Zealand by Major Shift in Focus

Around ten days ago, I reported that Ireland and Norway were returning to everyday life – https://wp.me/p4ztmz-1sH. New Zealand has announced that they are no longer pursuing a plan for the complete eradication of COVID-19. New Zealand has had a … Continue reading

On a Personal Note, It Started on a Wednesday 53 Years Ago

Wednesday evening, July 3rd, 1968, Marilyn Ann Huggins and I were married in Violet, Texas. Tomorrow it will be 635 weeks, 19,357 days, over 460,000 hours, 27.87 million minutes, or 1.67 billion seconds since we became man and wife. We … Continue reading

Is Immunity from Infection Better Than Vaccination?

Does our immune system function longer by having a vaccination or from having a disease? Both options provide information to our immune systems to recognize and quickly respond the next time the foreign invader shows up. However, which lasts longer? … Continue reading

Reinfection Possible from Coronavirus?

There are many stories going around about a person who had previously had the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 becoming infected again. This seems prevalent in the first responders and hospital care professionals. Are they true? Is it the same … Continue reading

California Doing Something Right About Coronavirus?

The coronavirus numbers can be confusing at times. I review them daily for several countries and states. The latest figures I have today come from https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/. I find it to be a consistent site for coronavirus numbers. California, according to … Continue reading