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.
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…
My mornings have become my favorite part of the day. The air is still. The light outside is softer. A hushed silence echoes everywhere. I open my eyes early and lie in bed for a little while to let myself gently wake up.