Journal Entry – Wed Nov 4

I just finished The Craft: Legacy (2020), and for the first time in the credits, I saw COVID-19 Supervisor, Cleaner and something else. I wonder if they had COVID-19 people in Host (2020)? That’s the first movie I saw where they talked about COVID.

A teacher at Matt’s school has COVID. Now he wants to get tested, but he doesn’t have a fever. I don’t know if asymptomatic also means no fever. Technically, he’s too young for the symptom checker, but we went through it anyway. I think it’s just a standard cold.

I bought an infrared thermometer off Amazon and three-layer masks with extra filters – that’s what our health official recommends now.

I’m so over the US election! (Not).

You should check out the moon!

I pretty much stopped exercising and going outside. I don’t know what I’m doing with my life.

I was banging my head against the wall for days, figuring out how to layout my grid of info for the PM job aids. I ran it by Dee, and she said because I have so much information, I should just do one page in Confluence for each stage in the life cycle. Duh! Why didn’t I think of that? Now I’m all excited again 🙂

My sister lost her baby 😦 I think she’s ok. I wish we were closer, but it is what it is. You can’t force things. I guess we were close when we needed to be, and now we don’t need to be anymore. So why do I still wish we were?

I’ve been told that I’m difficult to get close to. (🎶Get a little closer, don’t be shy. Get a little closer with Arrid Extra Dry🎶)   

Tomorrow I will tell you about The Goodness of Grief (Lecture 12) Good Grief! Charlie Brown knew that long ago!

Feature Photo Credit: Lars_Nissen from Pixabay

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