Last year was a record year of reading books for me. Devouring 52 of them was an unintended consequence of Covid-19. As such, I wanted to write about the fiction books I enjoyed the most for today's post on TSOG.
After a lengthy break, I am back on my regular weekly blogging schedule. I needed time to sort out a few other obligations and to recalibrate what I do with this blog.
The next US presidential election happens in just over two weeks from this posting. It feels like an understatement to say that this is a big deal.
I believe that one's physical surroundings can be a reflection of one's state of mind and, at the very least, creates subtle reactions (for better or worse) that we may not be aware of.
I have to admit that all of this is getting to me. In the last two weeks alone, there have been thousands of more Coronavirus deaths, a massively chaotic presidential debate, a terrible outcome in the Breonna Tayler case, the untimely death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, millions…