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Remembrances of Covid: Winter 2020 – Spring 2021

🦠 This is my fourth post in my Remembrances of Covid series. Click here to check out the third one. My last post discussed: leaving my employer, my only ever full time job, and one I had held for more than six years. moving out of the house my friends and I had rented for more »

Remembrances of Covid: Summer-Fall 2020

🦠 This is my third post in a 5 part series, Remembrances of Covid. Click here to check out the second one. June-July Sometime in June my employer was really pushing to have employees come back to the office beginning mid-July. I made plans to return back to Madison to enjoy the summer with my more »

Remembrances of Covid: March-June 2020

🦠 This is my second publication in my series on Covid. Check out the previous post here. March 2020 Furor over the virus was growing the past month. The university and other more liberal (or government funded) facilities began shutting down in early March. Trump was talking about the virus spreading from China and I more »

Remembrances of Covid: January – February 2020

History is written by the victors. Now that Covid is largely “over”, I want to write a number of my experiences & observations down, so that my memory is not tainted by the spin of my community, media, or politicians–in other words, those with vested interests to spin the reality we lived through from early more »

After Covid…

Last weekend I woke up, and thought, I’d really love to splurge on calories, and go to the Pancake Cafe, a favorite of mine. “Fuck it, I’m sick of Covid” crossed my mind multiple times. And I am. I’m sick of Covid. This has been going on for almost a year. This time last year, more »

Veteran Affairs Signs Epic Scheduling

The election of our new President, Donald Trump, has greatly impacted the day-to-day life at work for my team and I. Once-sidelined plans for the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to contract with Epic to support their Medical Appointment Scheduling System (MASS) were placed back on the table in February 2017 when the new Secretary more »

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