Yesterday was Memorial Day in the U.S. For those of you expecting a post from me yesterday, I do apologize that it did not happen. I am having a really hard time with this isolation business and the pandemic and my mental state. I feel cut off. I feel alone. I feel like I cannot … Continue reading Agoraphobia?

Revision One of “A Demon’s Redemption”

A Demon’s Redemption By Chris Jones “I wonder if God the Father would accept an apology…” “What?! You’re out of your mind, Silas! What are you talking about?” “Well, God accepts apologies from men… I thought that maybe He’d – “ “Stop. Just stop. For one thing, you're terrible at being a demon, even though … Continue reading Revision One of “A Demon’s Redemption”


Well, another week has passed by without climbing. I even dreamt about it last night. Dreaming of climbing was fantastic! I have ideas now that I did not have before, and they have come from my dreams about climbing. That, I find interesting. Next week is now my goal to get back into my routine. … Continue reading Routines

Adapting to a pandemic: 2020

Two entrances for customers at the grocery store.  Enter through one.  Exit through the other.  Only.  "Stand here" stickers on the floor at the checkout every six feet.  Social distancing.  Face masks mandatory if you want to enter this building or that building.  One-way arrows for the store aisles that most people ignore.  How safe … Continue reading Adapting to a pandemic: 2020