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To Mask or Not To Mask

I personally have been dawning my mask since May, any time I leave the house or head to work. I have been called horrendous names and told I was going to get pneumonia for wearing one (true interaction) the guy then said he was not a doctor (no, I am shocked – eye roll). I … Continue reading

Did I Miss Something?

Did I Miss Something?

I had to venture to Wal-Mart yesterday to pick up a prescription for my daughter. Did I completely miss the memo there is a Hurricane and a Zombie Apocalypse? I have seen bare shelves in the past because of hurricanes but we still have soap and toilet paper. This is absolutely insane, the following photos … Continue reading

Time Will Tell…

Time Will Tell…

Only time will truly tell the impact on businesses, economy and people’s mental health.  Yesterday, we decided as a family to support some local businesses and enjoy the beautiful spring day.  Downtown was busy, there were numerous groups of people decked in green, strolling through Savannah enjoying the 80 degree weather.  It was weird, people … Continue reading

The Five Stages of Grief…

The Five Stages of Grief…

The past week has felt like a death in everyone’s family.  196 Year Tradition was given the ax because of an invisible microbe invading everywhere.  I admit I do wish it was zombies at least with zombies, I know how to defeat them and I have a plan (no judging I have a zombie apocalypse … Continue reading

An Eerie Calm

The calmness that has overcome the city is eerie.  I have been through Hurricanes, the calmness that is currently happening is weird.  It is a Friday before St. Patrick’s Day any normal year, there would be lines of people checking in, doing shots of liquor in the lobby, bag pipers letting us know the party … Continue reading

An Unexpected Guest…

An Unexpected Guest…

I have made no secret that I have have worked in hospitality for several years, okay close to twenty.  I also have made it no secret on my displeasure of our St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, we have.  There is green beer, green grits, green Jell-o shots and anything else you can possible think is green.  … Continue reading

Saying Goodbye

Saturday night, I received a text from a friend and former co-worker. The text was simple, “Mary died Wednesday.” I knew he was too broken up to type much more. We worked together for almost 8 years, I spent 40 plus hours a week for 8 years that is a long time. Mary was the … Continue reading

One Step Closer

Several years ago we had a water/mold incident in our living room. It ended up with us ripping up the whole living room carpet, treating and replacing the floor. At the time money was extremely tight but we needed a functioning living room. I decided to do a paper bag floor. Fast forward to today … Continue reading

When Anxiety Happens

I have never really talked about my anxiety, it has always been a taboo topic. No one wants to be friends with someone who has depression or anxiety issues, you just don’t speak of it or you joke about it – it was how I was raised, everyone knew but no one spoke of it. … Continue reading

Things You Learn

I rarely stay in a hotel, I work in one why do I want to stay in one? I have managed to lock myself out of my room four times. Yes I am that guest who keeps locking their keys in the room. I also learned today I am that crazy person who gets on … Continue reading