So, its another week in 2020 and starting out as bizarrely as the rest of the year. When you wake up and read the news that people in another state are getting their mail-in ballots to vote safely amidst the global pandemic that has the current president’s face on it telling them not to let the Democrats suppress their votes.

I have no clue how on earth that is even a sentence I have to write in today’s world. Yet it is. Between his comments last week that by choosing a woman, Biden is insulting basically all men, his insults after Harris was announced as the choice, his attempting to call fraud on an election that hasn’t happened yet, and now this – is anyone else exhausted?

I also have been living without a fridge for a week. We got a minifridge to get from last Tuesday when our fridge died today when the earliest appointment for a repair was. It was…interesting. He is here today, and it is a bad compressor. So, that sounds cheap, right? Because of course the warranty lapsed last month, and we had not had any issues with it for a year. Of course.

But cest la vie.

Also, it is sad that Agents of Shield came to an end. With this era of the MCU ending and the next one so far delayed because of COVID-19…a Marvel Girl like me is having a slight panic attack. I am so excited for Nov. 6, and if Black Widow gets delayed again, I am officially quitting 2020.

We are supposed to take all of the rough and hurdles and turn them into the building blocks of what makes us better. However, it is hard to roll with that this year. 2020 has been insanely outrageous. I can’t even begin to put it all into perspective. I also worry about what this is all going to do with my daughter. Are the kids of this generation going to be defined by everything that has happened so far this year?

I can’t imagine that they won’t be and that this pandemic will be the core of what they carry with them into their teenage years. Will this make them all be OCD about cleanliness – and not that we should not be hygenic, but I feel like it will be to excess. I hope that this is not going to be accurate, but only the future can tell, right?

So as we delve into the newest week, starting off on just a strange foot as before, I hope that this is the most significant bump this week, and we can all roll our eyes and move on.

Somehow, I doubt it. Well, until next time, my friends have a good day. See you for the next ride.

So, its another week in 2020 and starting out as bizarrely as the rest of the year. When you wake up and read the news that people in another state are getting their mail-in ballots to vote safely amidst the global pandemic that have the current president’s face on it telling them not to let the Democrats suppress their votes.

How on earth that is even a sentance I have to write in today’s world, I have no clue. Yet it is. Between his comments last week that by choosing a woman, Biden is insulting basically all men, his insults after Harris was announced as the choice, his attempting to call fraud on an election that hasn’t happened yet and now this – is anyone else exhausted?

I also have been living without a fridge for a week. Well, we got a minifridge to get from last Tuesday when our fridge died to today when the earliest appointment for a repair was. It was…interesting. He is here today and it is a bad compressor. So, that sounds cheap right? Because of course the warranty lapsed last month and we had not had any issues with it for a year. Of course.

But cest la vie.

Also, it is sad that Agents of Shield came to an end. With this era of the MCU ending and the next one so far delayed because of COVID-19…a Marvel Girl like me is having a slight panic attack. I am so excited for Nov. 6, and if Black Widow gets delayed again, I am officially quitting 2020.

We are supposed to take all of the rough and hurdles and turn them into the building blocks of what make us a better person. However, it is hard to roll with that this year. 2020 has been insanely outrageous. I can’t even begin to put it all into perspective. I also worry about what this is all going to do with my daughter. Are the kids of this generation going to be defined by everything that has happened so far this year?

I can’t imagine that they won’t be, and that this pandemic will be the core of what they carry with them into their teenage years. Will this make them all be OCD about cleanliness – and not that we should not be hygenic but I feel like it is going to be to excess. I hope that this is not going to be true, but only the future can tell right?

So as we delve into the newest week, starting off on just a strange foot as before, I hope that this is the biggest bump this week, and we can all roll our eyes and move on.

Somehow, I doubt it.

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