COVID-19 — Afraid to go out?

In Arkansas beauty shops and barber shops open. Turtle Cover Spa opens. Restaurants open with limited inside seating. Tourists arrive. This is supposed to be good news, right? I mean our economy is a tourist economy so we need those tourists, don’t we? Heaven knows 

Just Roll With It!

Those of us in Arkansas have been waiting with bated breath for a haircut. I told my beauty operator (friend) that I was looking like the proverbial shaggy dog story. She felt really bad about it (as least she said she did) but warned me 

Okay, Let’s Talk Masks and Gloves

The best way to prevent COVID-19 infection is isolation – stay at home. That is, by every measure, an inconvenience which only seems right when you are old or have underlying health conditions, stuff like diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart trouble, and autoimmune diseases. Tricky indeed 

Coronavirus – Don’t be like Karen

My last post ended with these words. “Don’t be like Karen. Act like you have the virus and don’t want to give it away. Let’s just look at this realistically. I think I said that once before. This is a very contagious virus, much more 

Coronavirus – OK, now we get serious

  As many of my readers know, I am in rural Arkansas. My last coronavirous post about worrying was written with my Arkansas followers in  mind. I explained what a virus is and how it works, the difference between the flu and COVID19, etc. At