OK, I guess it’s time to fess up. We have not been 100% compliant with CDC and state guidelines when it comes to the Covid lockdowns. One night this past spring on a Friday night, while our region was in a lockdown my wife, son, and I decided to take a drive into Philadelphia just … Continue reading Thanks, Santa! There’s no naughty list this year!
It’s one of the greatest moments in sports history. North Carolina had just tied the game at 74, with 4.7 seconds left. Villanova called a timeout. And this video picks it up from there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAepPm6nStQ As I watched the replay earlier this week, one of my first thoughts was how different this would have been … Continue reading Imagine If This Had Been Played During the Lockdown
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about completing the first step in getting our life back to normal by going to Wawa for the first time since the lockdown began. Since then, we’ve added two more steps to the process. Last week, we went grocery shopping for the first time. Prior to that we … Continue reading Returning to Normal: Steps Two and Three Completed
Some sports announcers are so desperate for any sort of competition that they've taken to narrating ordinary events as if they were the final round at The Masters or Game 7 of the NBA finals. I love how the lockdown has inspired such creativity. Who needs sports when you've got these guys? Here are a … Continue reading Another Sign That We Really Miss Sports
I've heard of researchers studying Twitter feeds to get their fingers on the pulse of current events. Well now maybe we can use music to do the same thing. OnBuy.com, a UK-based online marketplace, recently completed some interesting analysis to determine the most popular lockdown songs on Spotify. The words 'Coronavirus', 'COVID-19', 'lockdown', and 'quarantine' … Continue reading So What Music Are You Listening to During the Lockdown?
In his blog post yesterday, fellow blogger Ray Visotski shared how he spent part of his day: Early this morning, after playing with the dogs in the yard, I looked at the house and thought to myself, “I wonder how many bricks it took to build our house?” Two hours later, I have the answer. … Continue reading A Fellow Blogger Has Come Up with the Perfect Stay at Home Activity