MrJeff2000 Explains It All

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Sheltering and A Funeral

My father's wife passed away last week.

It was our first post-COVID funeral.

Sheltering and Camp

Summer camp in the world of coronavirus - what a time to be alive and have children.

Sheltering and Health

My family has been dealing with some elder health issues this year.

Some broad strokes to discuss dealing with hospitals during a pandemic.

Sheltering and Parking

New York City is reopening this week, which will complicate my commute - both for personal reasons and also if I decide to go back to my physical office.

In the meantime, I also share an offbeat encounter on the sidewalks of NYC.

Sheltering and the City

I haven't talked about it previously, but for the past month or so, I've been doing errands that have taken me into Manhattan several times each week. That's more city driving than I've done in decades, and it's ongoing for the foreseeable future.

The Big Book House Bonanza

I made a second charity pickup at a house with several thousand books.

Using all the skills I've acquired over the time I've been doing this for the book sale, I turned it into a tremendous victory for everyone, including the donor.

Florida Vacation, Part 5

The final entry in the Florida series: From MCO back to LGA!

Florida Vacation, Part 4

Back to my December Florida vacation. After a 100-mile trek and long day, it's time to spend time with family, fight messy weather, and now keep THREE kids active.

Spec-Magical Day, Part IV

I'm breaking up the Florida trip with a new Spec-Magical Day episode. Segments include snow shoveling, recipes, all-day desserts, a toilet car (yes, you heard that right), pro wrestling, and a talented little girl who wants to host...Spec-Magical Day.

Florida Vacation, Part 3

It's the third part of my December Florida vacation - a day in Hollywood Studios (December 25) followed by a 100-mile drive down the coast and a frantic search for a place to eat dinner.

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