Since working from home now for almost two months, I wonder about how our pets think about the pandemic. They must wonder what happened.
When it comes to eating out, diners are beginning to get more options as states make plans to allow restaurants to reopen dining rooms.
It has been more than a month since stores ran out of toilet paper. But every time I visit a grocery store, I still see empty shelves down the paper aisle.
You've probably seen posts on social media that offer the surprising claim that a 1981 Dean Koontz novel predicting the novel coronavirus pandemic.
I knew when the coronavirus pandemic began that it wouldn't take long for the first new COVID-19 word to reach the dictionary.
Meeting blog deadlines is an important part of blogging because it helps your audience learn when to stop by. But in a pandemic, it's easier said than done.
In his annual Earth Day message, Pope Francis told Catholics they need to work together for the environment just as with the pandemic.
If you're a fan of CBS soaps — 'The Young and the Restless' and 'The Bold and the Beautiful,' you better not miss this week's episodes.
Here's something you knew would be inevitable. COVID-19 terms we quickly learned during the pandemic are making their way to the dictionary.
When state governors began ordering the closure of all but essential businesses, questions quickly emerged about churches. But where do they fit?
I don't know why anyone thinks posting senior photos helps the Class of 2020. But doing so could hurt your account security.
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.