De Blasio: New Yorkers can report social distancing violations by texting photos to authorities | Fox News

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told New Yorkers Saturday that they can snap smartphone photos of social distancing violations and text them to authorities and “enforcement will come” as the coronavirus shutdown remains in place across the Big Apple. “Now it is easier than ever,” he said in a video posted to his... Continue Reading →

Sean Hannity: Gov. Cuomo, stop denying New Yorkers hydroxychloroquine | Fox News

I don't understand the reasoning for not making this available via prescription from qualified medical professionals. Enough is enough. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo needs to IMMEDIATELY lift his pharmacy ban that is forcing New Yorkers stricken by the coronavirus into an already overburdened hospital system to get the potentially life-saving drug hydroxychloroquine. Because of... Continue Reading →

Day 14

I had to do something today I had hoped I would never have to do again-file for unemployment. It took almost two hours on the website, but ultimately I did get through and did what I had to do. The only thing about my previous unemployment experience was that I knew what to expect, and I... Continue Reading →

Day 12 and 13

I am combining two days again. I just didn't get around to posting yesterday. I made some phone calls I had been planning on, which took up part of the day. And I got one phone call I wasn't expecting quite yet. My boss called to let me know we were officially furloughed and would not... Continue Reading →

Day 11

It's late at night on the seventh day of this enforced vacation. I hate this, but I can't complain. No one here nor anyone close to me is showing any signs of infection yet. I went to the store for necessities today and wore a mask and gloves for first-time. It still feels weird. Tomorrow I... Continue Reading →

Day 10

I woke up at 4:30 for the second day in a row. My body wants to go back to work. But instead, I wound up falling asleep in the recliner until almost lunchtime. I watched some TV and now trying to get some writing done. I am still avoiding the news. I get snippets here... Continue Reading →

Day 9

Today is the Fifth Sunday of Lent I wrote this reflection for our Church website and am sharing it here. Enjoy. Lord, If You Had Been Here We can very much identify with the anguish Martha and Mary are experiencing in today's Gospel. Martha confronts Jesus in a way with questions we might want to ask of... Continue Reading →

Day 7 & 8

Day 7 Today we received the last regular paycheck we are likely to receive for a while. It is going to be a bumpy ride financially from here on out. Rent is due on Wednesday, but I have yet to hear from them on the method of payment. We can probably make most of all... Continue Reading →

Day 6

Almost time for bed. Just a quick note to say we are still here. No fever, no symptoms. So far, no reason to believe we have been exposed—more tomorrow.

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