January. February. Covid. December.

Well.. well.. well… and here we thought we were going to be quarantined for 2 weeks.

I honestly thought I’d have a productive year. I thought I’d finish my book, get in the best shape of my life, go on a cross country road trip, finally make it abroad, but no… Instead… I was trapped in my one bed, one bath, humble abode… going almost BAT SHIT CRAZY.

I mean where have the past six months even gone?

Am I right?

Here in California… If Covid doesn’t kill you, the wildfires might, and if you are really lucky PG&E might even shut off your power, during one of our lovely rolling blackouts.

The only workout classes available cost an arm, a leg, and a minor heat stroke. I swear this heat wave came straight from the devil’s anus.

And to think that this all started with a toilet paper shortage, but now here we are, almost a month away from one of the biggest presidential elections in history.

2020 is one of a kind.

It ‘s just one giant shit show after the next. šŸ™‚

No live audiences. No funerals. No gatherings. Beaches closed. Parks closed. Temperature checks. No indoor dining, No gym.. and a 100 dollar no mask fine.

Living the good life. I mean it beats the alternative, so no harm no foul.


I truly am sad for America though… I’m sad because we are so divided, when this pandemic should have brought us closer together.

The politics have driven families, friends, neighbors, and good people apart. God help us all this holiday season.

Luckily my family has pushed politics aside this year, and agreed to not gather in person.

and I hear that…

United Airlines now has rapid testing for flights to Hawaii, so you don’t have to quarantine for two weeks when you arrive, therefore, I will get in one luxury vacation this year!

Sorry fam, but I’ll be spending Christmas on the wonderful beaches of Maui. Hallelujah!

In all seriousness.

I know the world is an interesting and crazy place these days, so I hope everyone is out there staying safe, and making the most of the current situation.

Wash your hands, be kind, and spread love not hate.

Xoxo, Bri


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