11 Things I Learned from Our Experience with Covid-19

Our experience with Covid-19 was unique. It seems like nobody has had the same experience with Covid-19. Read more for 11 insights on Covid

3 Inspirational Messages from Above: Thanks, Ben!

3 Inspirational Messages is a Powerful Story of being open to messages and signs from above. As told by my friend Chris.

My Positive Covid-19 Diagnosis

Well, it was bound to happen. Last week I wrote about Mitch’s diagnosis. Four days later I would receive my positive Covid-19 Diagnosis.

Size A B or C, and I am Not Talking Bras (RV search)

Camper RV’s – Size A, B, or C, and I’m Not Talking Bras! We love our truck camper but it is missing a critical facility! Time to move-on.

Tomorrow is Election Day 2020-Let’s Unite

Election Day, 2020! I have never been so politically involved. It’s impossible not to pay attention. My phone repeatedly reminds me of “breaking political news” when it does not remind me of “breaking Coronavirus news.

RN Shares HERSTORY about Getting Covid-19 and Lessons Learned

We are on day 271 since the first reported case of Covid-19 in the US. Becky, a Registered Nurse, shares her story and lessons learned after contracting Covid-19.

Attending a Party During Covid: Confession from the Outsider

We have not been to many parties or gatherings since March 2020. Do we go? Confession from the Outsider about Attending a Party During Covid

What I Discovered After 7-Months of Hypocritical Covid-19 Rules

Does Everyone have their own Covid-19 Rules? 7-months gives me time to reflect on our the new normal rules. https://vickierubin.com/blog/

What the Exit Interview with our Son and Daughter Revealed

So, how did we do? Why not conduct an exit interview when your adult offspring move out of the house. The intention is not for us to do a better job with our future children , but to get a fair assessment (can this really be fair and honest?) of how we did as parents.

Camper Envy Continued: The Answer to That Burning Camping Question

I am from Long Island, and camping was never in my vernacular. If there was ONE big reason why I didn’t want to join my husband Mitch on this retirement odyssey, it was the lack of facilities

What My Mother Knew That Took Me 20 Years to Find Out

My Mom was a big fan of my writing and said, “you should write a book. But I was too busy to write a book. I had a full-time job, three kids, and three dogs at home. Jessica, as documented in many blogs, needed help with every daily life skill.

Should We Do It? 6 Reasons to Try a Camper

6 Reasons to buy a camper! Mitch and I unknowingly were trendsetters before COVID-19. We bought a pop-up camper back in January prior to the Pandameic. POST-COVID- or MID- COVID, I am more than looking forward and prefer to use the camper and avoid hotels.

3 Greatest Moments of Day 160: Jess Chimes in with her Scales

It has been 160 days since normalcy. We worry if Jess is losing skills while she is distancing at home. Still, we experienced 3 Great Moments.

Noa’s Extraordinary Birth Story, as Told by Nana

Noa’s planned delivery date was my birthday! This was not an ordinary delivery and we knew the potential complications and risks.

Brady’s Extraordinary Birth Story, as Told by Nana

Our youngest daughter Carly has a blood clotting disorder called von Willebrand Disease (vW). Giving birth can be extremely dangerous if not monitored correctly. This is the courageous story of Carly giving birth to her first child.

When Your Bosses are Very, Very Young

I resigned from my day job. I only gave one day notice. My adult bosses were very understanding. My four-year-old boss was OK with it and we are still waiting to hear what my 9-month old manager has to say.

No Longer 50 Shades of Grey

One of my first blogs “A Bad Hair Day has a New Definition” was about NOT coloring my hair during the Pandemic. Now that three months have passed, I thought I would give an update. I cried “Uncle”! I gave up! Vanity overcame Virus! I went to the salon.

An Unbelievable Coincidence

His nickname was Mr. Handsome, and although I loved him, I also knew he wasn’t that handsome. But he was beautiful to me from his skinny legs to his unique crimped tail. His given name was Cicero. And he was our first Italian greyhound. The breed is also referred to as “I.G.” or “Iggy,” andContinue reading “An Unbelievable Coincidence”

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