Category Archives: pandemic

COVID at Meador Manor

November 18, 2022; updated November 27, 2022 It took me two years and eight months to finally contract COVID-19. But I did finally succumb, so I will share my story and the lessons I take from it. Be Careful, Man … Continue reading

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Fall Break was an Autumn Brake

November 6, 2021 | Photo Album Two weeks before Fall Break 2021, Wendy and I received our third doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. That meant our protection against infection would be strengthened for a much-needed brief escape from Bartlesville … Continue reading

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It tasks me, it heaps me, an inscrutable malice sinews it

August 21, 2021 We have begun another school year battered and bruised but not broken by COVID-19. Vaccines now shield most of my colleagues and loved ones from hospitalization and death, even as the Delta variant, pandemic fatigue, and pathological … Continue reading

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My spiky crystal ball

April 25, 2021 Soon the Pandemic Response Committee I chair in our school district will conduct its 50th meeting since March 6, 2020. I provide this overview of our experience as we enter a welcome new phase of the pandemic: … Continue reading

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Pandemic Pastimes

December 5, 2020 Wendy and I are concluding the ninth month of a contracted lifestyle during the COVID-19 pandemic. I expect we face at least six more months of daily masking, distancing, and hand hygiene at work. We’re probably going … Continue reading

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