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Candice Nolan / Mar 7, 2019
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Lockdown Log: The Sky is Falling

May 8, 2020
Candice Nolan

The centre is no longer holding. The sky is falling! My hormones are wreaking havoc with every system of my body. I’ve been suppressing them for years. The bi-polar meds were potent stuff. Stopped taking them about two weeks ago and now I really have to deal with life on life’s terms. And it sucks! […]

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Lockdown Log: The Fourth Escape?

May 1, 2020
Candice Nolan

Superman was fake. And so, it seems, was Clarke Kent. Has anyone seen what is happening with the news media of late. It’s imploding silently. It seems news media have been hijacked and are now pursuing a government agenda. Did the fourth estate escape? Could this be the Fourth Escape? This appeared on the public […]

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Lockdown Log: Force is a crime

Apr 30, 2020
Candice Nolan

I was watching a rather interesting vlog earlier. The government, it seems, is doing exactly what it was designed to do all along. Stay in power. The vlogger suggests that lockdown conditions suit political ends and that the state will use force to maintain the new status quo. And force, as the saying goes, is […]

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Lockdown Log: I will choose daddy.

Candice Nolan

Me and Baby Sesame were watching the Little Mermaid earlier. She was so intrigued by the concept of having to choose between her daddy and the prince. Then she announced, out of the blue, that if it came down to it, she would always choose her daddy! I suspect I may have to scoop melted […]

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Lockdown Log: The Smoker

Apr 29, 2020
Candice Nolan

I quit smoking about eight years ago. An ex smoker (and very grateful). I can only hope that was a good thing. Because the way my government is prevaricating on tobacco products sales gives one major pause for thought. Our beloved leader changed his mind about what would happen next week Friday. In his infinite […]

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Lockdown Log: The rituals we practice

Candice Nolan

After the numerous epiphanies of last week, I find myself adrift in a sea of covid-19. I know better than to obsess about something which might never happen. And yet, I keep coming across interesting articles to frighten myself with. It’s scary to imagine that people around the world are in a day to day […]

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Lockdown Log: The old man and the spoon

Apr 24, 2020
Candice Nolan

I was sitting on my front stoep observing cars and people go by. It annoyed my as we are in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic regulations. I turned my attention to the rows of refuge bins lining the street. It being a Friday, I wondered if the refuge removal service is operating. An elderly […]

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Lockdown Log: Life on life’s terms

Candice Nolan

I am so content. My body is completely relaxed. I’m eating healthy. Feeling fabulous! Lockdown has been the answer to a silent prayer. To top things off, things are working so smoothly on the home front. Must be all that time we’ve invested in each other over the past month, eh?! This post is dedicated […]

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