Self-Isolation Day 3 – 14: Sad Times

These are indeed sad times for a place I am so glad to call home. For something so dangerous and reckless to happen in the midst of Nova Scotia’s people battling Covid-19 is brutal; it has left many of us in misery, wondering why this would happen. And now we are dealing with the aftermath:Continue reading “Self-Isolation Day 3 – 14: Sad Times”

Self Isolation Day 1 & 2: Motion Picture Comfort

My self isolation period has been reset, and I am back to square one. Unfortunately, I had to go on a supply run. While it felt good to go for a drive, get out of the house and feel the breeze in my hair, I remained anxious from point A to B, and back. IContinue reading “Self Isolation Day 1 & 2: Motion Picture Comfort”

Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Musical Aid

I do believe great admiration for music is genetically leaked into my blood, I can’t imagine my life without music, and not being able to hear the gift of song in various ways. I am quite lucky to be musically cultured and I have my mother to thank for that. She sang in our churchContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Musical Aid”

Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Exercising Faith, Part 2

Day after day, an empty bus drives past my house; of course this bus contains one person, that of whom is the driver. On the odd occasion, there is one other person on this bus. It’s strange.  Our schools are dark and empty, hallways eerie and barren, there are not even any children scattered aboutContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Exercising Faith, Part 2”

Self Isolation Day 3 & 4: Exercising Faith, Part 1

Monday, when I had to go pick up my things from my office, I recall having a good ten minute chat with another person that works within the school. He’s an older individual in a different line of work, but we found such comfort to just talk to someone about everything that is happening inContinue reading “Self Isolation Day 3 & 4: Exercising Faith, Part 1”

Self-Isolation Day 2: Appreciating Those Oh So Good TV Moments

Coronation Street: The moment when Roy Cropper stands up and defends his niece… This moment was very heartfelt, and stirred up old emotions of a young Roy Cropper who had been bullied. The lack of acceptance for his niece dug even deeper as Roy’s late wife Hayley was trans-gender, and was often judged and poorly treatmentContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 2: Appreciating Those Oh So Good TV Moments”

Self-Isolation Day 1: Goal Setting for Isolation

I revert back to day one of self-isolating, because I went out somewhere, due to work. Yesterday, I received notification that I will need to go to my school I work at, and collect all things from my office that I will require to work from home with. So, I covered everything, arms, hair andContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 1: Goal Setting for Isolation”

Self -Isolation Day 1-3: Reflection

This is day three of me self-isolating in my home, by choice, by rights and for the protection of myself, those around me and the general public. With the right attitude, it is not so bad, but then again, I’m only on day three, and I intend to stay in as long as possible, withContinue reading “Self -Isolation Day 1-3: Reflection”