I did something I didn't think I'd actually do the other day. I sported a face mask while I did a bit of grocery shopping.
One of my readers, Connie, commented on the connection between COVID-19 and the phrase 'going viral.' Everyone should keep the comparison in mind.
A few times now I've seen some Facebook challenges spreading during our social distancing. There's a good reason to not join the fun.
A churchgoer in Ohio told a reporter she wasn't worried about COVID-19 because she is "covered in His blood." It doesn't work that way.
Stories about younger COVID-19 patients still surprise some who assumed from the beginning it only affected older folks. But some still don't understand.
When it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic, is the virus contagious or infectious? The two words have been used interchangeably...but that's not right.
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting food and travel bloggers along with the rest of the world. But bloggers should have an easier time adapting.
I think one of the most disturbing aspects of the pandemic must be churches scoffing at stay home orders. I wonder what they're trying to prove.
Today's the day. The start of a new month means mortgage and rent payments fall due, even when the world is reeling from a global pandemic.
A friend of mine recently pointed out a problem with the phrase 'shelter in place' when it comes to the pandemic. It's worth some thought.
A Virginia priest has decided to go against his bishop's order after he was banned from blogging to keep his flock informed during the coronavirus pandemic.
For churches that didn't have a strong grasp on the latest tech, the race is on to get online services up and running quickly.
I've been to the grocery store twice this week. Both times, I've seen plenty of examples of pandemic paranoia in the aisles.
When I look at how much our lives have changed in just a few short weeks, I wonder if we're facing some sort of new normal.