Month: April 2020

Life in these strange times: Witness against war walk

Today’s blogging prompt was to write about a challenge that I faced recently. But I didn’t know what to say. I’m not going anywhere. I’m not climbing mountains or paddling kayaks. I am just at home. I would have faced some interesting challenges if the Walk for a Nuclear Free Future had not been canceled. …

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Life in these strange times: voices of my readers

Since I started this “Life in these strange times” blogging project, I have been on so many different types of journeys. I have been traveling around the world, via to my imagination. I have explored the inner me in a world of social distancing and quarantine. And I have explored the joy of spring springing …

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Life in these strange times: Understanding the incomprehensible

Today, the sun shone. Brightly. It was pure joy. I had been alone in the house for a few weeks, and, today, I got outside and walked. As I was walking, I thought about my imaginary journey that has taken me to a beautiful blue lake in Kazakhstan, called Big Lake Almaty. It is surrounded …

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Life in these strange times: springtime flickers on and off

The world has been shut off for what… five weeks? Six weeks? I don’t know. I’ve stopped counting. But I’m still here, still telling my story, as well as the story of my imaginary journey. I’ll focus on here for today and resume the imaginary journey tomorrow. For now, you can visualize me, having said …

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Life in these strange times: quenching a thirst for adventure

One of the most challenging things for me during this pandemic is dealing with my terrible wanderlust. I love to visit different places and see the amazingly unique sights. Life is an adventure, and I am determined to make the most of it. Much of my adventures have been long distance walks with groups, starting …

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