I think it one of the resonant points is that we are always going to face challenges, and when we are, we have a choice. We can either be victimized by the challenge or we can learn something from the challenge.
I am fortunate enough to not have test anxiety. However, as I pulled into the Coronavirus drive through testing station this morning, I actually did have a little test anxiety.
About an hour ago I saw the news that one of my all-time favorite artist, John Prine, had succumbed to the coronavirus.
I have finally released my sequel to my first coronavirus spoof, YOU CAN'T TOUCH THIS. After long, long hours, immense creative talent and the technical assistance, expertise and prowess that rivals Skywalker Ranch, the time has come to release FUNKY QUARANTINA.
After the official word from the Trump Administrations Coronvirus Task Force today, I feel it is time to have a REAL convo about what is happening.
My morning commune today was focused on something you see a lot of here on my blog: Mount Timpanogos in Provo, UT.
This was by far NOT a typical Sunday. Usually on Sundays I get up, do some uplifting reading or writing, listen to my favorite Sunday music and head off to church for a 9a service. Not today.
What was more interesting than what I saw was what I didn't see. And that was cars, people, and signs of life.
I finished a project today that I have been working on for a few days. I decided to write a spoof of the song "You Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer. The spoof would be about the spreading of the Coronavirus, toilet paper hoarding and quarantine.
I woke up early this morning and had the brilliant idea to go take a drive into Provo Canyon and up the Alpine Loop past Sundance Resort. I wanted to do something to escape the unfortunate Coronavirus circumstances in which we find ourselves.