Even in the absence of respiratory symptoms – we had to assume it was Covid-19 and continue his self isolation.Read More
Last Easter, I was shamelessly stalking Geishas in Kyoto, Japan and eating my weight in sushi. This year, I celebrated the on-time arrival of Easter chocolate via Amazon.
You couldn’t have convinced me a year ago that 1/2 the world would be in isolation. Yet, here we are.Read More
Day 20 of lockdown in southern España. Happy to report – we are well and somewhat sane. Remarkably. Like the rest of the world – we’re finding our new “normal” through the lockdown. The daily challenge is preventing every day from becoming Groundhog Day. The boys have adapted well – the online school has been a […]Read More
Day 11 – Lockdown in Spain Lockdown with family means we can leave the house to get food & pharmacy items – one person only. We can access ATMs & essential service workers can continue working. This seems to extend to tradespeople as well. All bars, restaurants, theatres, churches, clubs, etc. are closed until April […]Read More
Sobrevivir a la Cuarentena Hace unas semanas, estuvimos esquiando en Suiza, a una distancia de tan solo un canto tirolés del norte de Italia. Suiza tenía, entonces, 7 casos reconocidos de Covid-19. Nuestro país de adopción, España, tenía algunos cientos. Hoy en día, ya hay más de ¨17.147¨, mientras que en Suiza , ¨3.438¨. Basándose […]Read More
A few weeks ago we were skiing in Switzerland – yodeling distance from Northern Italy. Switzerland had 7 reported cases of Covid-19. Our adopted home country of Spain had a few hundred. Today, Spain is reporting: ¨17,147¨, and Switzerland ¨3,438¨. Based on population density Switzerland actually has a higher incident rate than Spain. This happened […]Read More