In The Spotlight
There’s no doubt people have been heading to the beach to get some fresh air. It also happens to be the time that seals are heading to the beach to do the same.
So we just wanted to give a few reminders.
We keep hearing the term, “social distancing.” This applies to seals, too, but 24/7! Humans have to keep at least six feet apart from one another. For seals, the general rule is for humans to stay 50 yards (150 feet) away. This is done to keep both you and the seal safe. Getting too close
It usually takes about three minutes to read this column, now it takes an hour.
We all want to fast-forward time and all that does, is make it stand still.
With too much time on my hands, I started reading the dictionary (yes, the picture next to the word “jerk” was me). In between learning new words, I’d put the dictionary in the refrigerator as a reminder there was something else to do besides masticate.
I said masticate.
Someone asked me if I’m stuck indoors these days and I replied
“Yesterday was the hardest day of my life. Closing and having to put hundreds of the best humans out of work because we had to, there was no other choice. We hope we didn’t let you down, we tried to hold on as long as we could.” On Tuesday, March 17, Terence Tubridy, founder and managing partner of In Good Company Hospitality (IGC), shared this message on social media with his customers. It was a reality business owners across the state were hit with after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Academy (SFDSCA) proved this week that being prepared and proactive can enable any school to meet even the most inconceivable challenges. SFDSCA is a one-to-one device school, meaning every student has his/her own Google Chromebook or iPad. The students are permitted to bring the devices home, and they utilize programs like Google Classroom, Slides, Sheets, Forms, and Classroom Dojo daily.
In the week prior to the closing of all the Catholic Schools in the