Still Cold – Quarantine day 12

Went to take a walk today and it in the 30’s. Still a little cold for me. We continue to stay quarantine as expected. Good news the stimulus package has passed the first step in getting approved. Big step but it’s not over yet.

Kiss my ass in squirrel language,

It’s harder to even get outside with it being as cold as it is but that doesn’t stop the squirrels from stealing the bird food. We let them as they still share with the birds.

Here are a few other images from today.

Until tomorrow stay home, stay healthy and stay sane.

What day is it? COVID-19 – Quarantine day 11

We haven’t gotten into any kind of routine because I am hoping this isn’t the new normal. This too shall pass. It may take days, weeks or even possibly months. It’s harder to keep track of the days when everyone is home every… single… day. We are adjusting as everyone else is and taking one day at a time. The days are running together and we were just notified today that school will be closed until at least April 20th. Spring break has been minimized and distance learning will begin next week. The kids have been doing their daily supplemental work to try and keep up with their subjects.

Rich was notified today that two co-workers from the courts he works in tested positive for the virus. The last day Rich was exposed was the 13th so we are almost at the 14 day mark and he has no symptoms yet so we are thankful and hope it stays that way.

Joy William | All I need

This particular song states my sentiments at this point. I don’t have everything I want but have everything I need. Take a listen. I promise it is worth your while.

It's Snowing…. COVID-19 – Quarantine day 10

“Is that snow I see”? asked the squirrel.

Of course after I post Spring pictures yesterday it snows today. Started out as gentle flakes and then ended with a few inches on the ground.

Day 10 in quarantine and time seems to be going by very slowly. The one good thing is I was able to capture Sir Lancelot and Gwenviere today with the snow behind them.

He waited patiently for her to arrive. Never at the same time but one after the other. By the time she arrived there was much more snow on the ground and feeder.

Seems much easier to just stay home and inside for this quarantine when it is cold, wet and snowing outside. So what does a photographer do…. you take pictures of what is around you.

First buds already covered with snow.

Our town and state are officially on lockdown except for essential business and employees. Additional family time isn’t a bad thing so look on the bright side.