If you've contacted me in the last two years and got radio silence, I apologize sincerely. When things get tough, I forget about tech stuff like having email, checking email, that I even have a cell phone, etc. And things have been really tough. But the good news is things have been getting less tough...just in time for a lovely pandemic.
I should probably state up-front that if you have been hoarding toilet paper, this site is not for you. Similarly, anyone who bought a ton of disinfecting wipes or hand sanitizer in hopes of cashing in on something that is literally killing people will probably not enjoy my "unique" sense of humor.
The virus isn't even in my county yet but people have gone a bit overboard. I get that you don't want to run out of certain things if you're quarantined for up to a month, but--and I may have mentioned this already--THE VIRUS ISN'T HERE YET! Take a package, and leave some for everybody else. If it comes down to having to buy exorbitantly priced toiler paper from you, I'll use leaves first. Or newspaper. Or old magazines I've got on hand because I'll look through them someday but that day never seems to arrive. I will not let anyone make a profit off of me that hasn't already been doing so.
Anyway, so the things that have been going on include my PCOS (not fun) my depression (even less fun, and in fact rather dangerous), and the adventures of raising teens with autism (also mostly not fun, and sometimes dangerous). For more than a year we were thinking we'd have to put one of our boys in an institution. It did not come to that, and I'm happy to say he's doing very well now, but it was a scary time and everything else went on hold. One of the other boys decided to move out...during a blizzard. That didn't go so well and we're glad he changed his mind.