Tony Spataro, Jr

30 Years Later I Still Miss YOU!

It was dark rainy early Monday morning, April 30, 1990, when Tom, my brother called me to tell me it was time. I did not want to understand what he meant, but he said Tony, my other brother was dying. At the time, I was living in New York City on the lower west side. I remember thinking it would …

Coping During COVID-19 Tery Spataro

Coping During COVID-19

This pandemic is redefining our humanness and designing the future. COVID-19 has no boundaries, as it ravishes and devastates the cities, towns, and communities. Families, friends, and thousands are sickened or murdered by COVID-19. The virus forced us to make the necessary changes to our lives so that we can reasonably live. These abrupt changes disrupt lifestyles, economies, communities, and …

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US Day 76-COVID-19 – Reflections From This Past Week

US Day 76 – COVID-19 – My reflection of this past week. Sadly the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide is now 1,226,644.  The U.S. accounts for 312,481 of the confirmed cases. New York, my adopted home state where I lived for over 25 years and have many friends, has 122,031 confirmed cases. The highest numbers of cases are in NYC. …