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I have been working at home since March 9. That is either 10 or 33 weeks. I can’t remember. I lost count when I spilled coffee on my desk calendar.

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“And then there are times when even the worst developments play into someone’s wheelhouse, or, as a friend recently noted to me about herself: ‘I’m an introvert. I didn’t have any plans to leave the house anyway.’” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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Spring is upon us, with all her marvelous beauty. This, however, brings on more work in the form of lawn care.

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I’m a Baby Boomer with several Millennial friends. I don’t know if it’s because they value my wisdom, or because they find it amusing to watch me type text messages using only my index finger.

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It sure is difficult to stay enthusiastic about much of anything these days. I don’t know about you folks, but I can just look at four walls and a Roku for so long, then I have got to get out of the house.

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As the recessional played, and Reverend Jeff opened the church doors before shaking hands with his parishioners, he was surprised to discover he wasn’t the first one there.

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Hey, it’s baseball season! I know, it’s not “officially” here, because it’s hard to maintain social distance while completing a double play.

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I’ve probably enjoyed staying home a little too much over the past 35 or 40 days. I have my trusty laptop, food, books and more work than I know what to do with, so I’m set for another two months at least.

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“North Korea, a land that is the most socially distanced and every other kind of distanced land on the planet, says they have no coronavirus cases. Given their historic allegiance to truth and honor in its every form, who can doubt their word?” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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