Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Pandemic Adventures: Part 2

Last month I was scheduled to fly to PR and the rules said I needed to show proof of a negative PCR test upon arrival.  During my annual physical, I asked my doc to schedule a PCR test and had it done the same day.  While at the doc's office, I mentioned that I'd like a scan of my abdomen since I had a mild pain that probably was a strain from golf.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Pandemic Adventures: Part 1

Adventures of an Ace blog has not delivered many adventure posts in 2020.  No adventures means no blog posts.  The wife and I have been working from home and taking care of our one year old boy.  I have played a good amount of golf this year and it has helped me deal with this pandemic.  I do have two recent stories to share.  The first story is my friend's and the second story is mine.

Saturday, September 19, 2020

COVID Contradictions

Six months into the pandemic and time is slowing crawling towards the end of 2020.  Many of us say that technology has taken over our lives or that we are too dependent on our phones/internet.  But currently, the internet and our communication devices have stepped in to help time crawl a little faster.

Overall, I just don't understand what the heck is happening in the US when it comes to some of the rules, restrictions, and guidelines.  Here are a few contradictions:


Saturday, May 9, 2020

Corona Poker

The Crown is in charge.  That's my attempt at a Spanglish play on words.  Corona in Spanish translates to crown in English and The Crown refers to the head of government (UK monarchy comes to mind).  Times are hard and finding someone to appreciate a bad pun is getting even harder.  The pandemic continues and the days are becoming very repetitive.  Technology and friends to the rescue!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Miami Open Closed

Tonight, we should be sitting inside the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

I had missed several chances to watch him play in-person.    "There will be plenty of time," I told myself.  After all, the man was in his prime.  Years have passed since.