Category Archives: Life

What Happens if U.S. Run Out of Hospital Beds and Medical Staff by Christmas?

“Treat our Healthcare Heroes with kindness. Don’t take them for granted. Don’t ignore their cry for much needed help. Don’t dismiss their real fears like nothing and insignificant. Don’t continually place them in the meanest, unsafest working conditions. Your heroes … Continue reading

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People Are Hoarding…Again!

People are going Loco over toilet paper and antiseptics again! I don’t get it. How much toilet paper and antiseptics do a person need? Didn’t we have months to prepare? Hoarding these items won’t stop the COVID-19 community outbreaks but … Continue reading

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U.S. Entering COVID-19 Hell

We are entering COVID-19 Hell when words don’t work anymore and we are heading fast by the day to the predicted trajectory of 200,000 news cases and 2,000 deaths per day. Yesterday, CNN news Anderson Cooper showed a video of … Continue reading

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U.S. 71 Days of Chaos Could Have Another 2.8 Million Americans Sick and 68,000 Die from COVID-19

I understand CNN Chris Cuomo’s concern last night of the potential havoc Trump and his self serving officials can make by withholding vital government information and funding to the newly elected President of the United States, President Biden. Yesterday, Pfizer … Continue reading

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Why I Chose To Live Today

Friday, more than 120,000 new cases and more than 1,200 new deaths in one day from COVID-19. Many States are rapidly filling up with COVID-19 patients. Soon the number of patients flooding emergency rooms needing critical care will out number … Continue reading

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It Only Takes 1 Vote

What if that one vote, your vote that will decide how America will be in the next 4 years? Would we do everything to make sure our election ballots makes it on time? We dropped of our ballots Friday and … Continue reading

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Why I Skipped Halloween This Year

Every year, wife and I put up our Halloween Tree and decorate it with our scary friends. Our favorite are the Skulls and Death Keepers because they looked really frightening. Halloween Fest at Great America, Disneyland and Universal Studious were … Continue reading

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U.S. Heading Towards Third Surge COVID-19 Crash

In the next several weeks, U.S. will again surpass 100,000 new COVID-19 cases per day. and more than 1,000 new deaths per day. The tragic possibility of 2,000-3,000 Americans dying everyday from both Influenza and COVID-19 will happen peak of … Continue reading

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Holiday Truck

Has anyone notice how time and seasons has been rushing to end this year? It’s very easy to miss family traditions and the beautiful moments they bring. So, I’m stepping on the breaks and maxing out the the last months … Continue reading

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The Golden Hour

Between the fog and the scary unknown is a fleeting magical moment of hope, clarity and peace, The Golden Hour. Driving coastal HWY 1, we were greeted by an increasingly dense fog that seemed to have swallowed the ocean whole. … Continue reading

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Sand, Surf and BBQ Sandwich

Life is too short not to go where the heart is most happy and free. So, today we are taking a short roadtrip to the beach for some sand, surf and Vietnamese Pork BBQ sandwich. Finding time for yourself and … Continue reading

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WHO WILL BE THE NEXT 100,000 DEAD AMERICA?

The quiescence of COVID-19 post Summer Surge is over. New cases are starting to pick-up again as people resume life with less restrictions and caution. Both COVID-19 and Flu test combo swabs started last week. I swabbed two patients myself. … Continue reading

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