Sunday – COVID-19 – Quarantine Day 9

Miss Jameson practicing social distancing.

This Sunday unlike other Sundays. Still a little chilly outside so getting the teens out is a little challenging. We are taking it one day at a time and trying not to stress about what is happening. I truly believe we will come through this and hopefully learned a few things along the way.

There is an abundance of information out there that can make this whole situation a little overwhelming. As many people that are panicking and hoarding supplies I see stories of good neighbors and strangers helping others. There’s a balance. It’s not the time to belittle people which I am seeing much of on social media. I also see people blaming our leaders. Shame on them. It is a time to put your personal feelings aside and try and support them rather than tearing them down. I find that some will find something wrong regardless of what they do or say. If that is how you choose to help so be it. The virus originated from China therefore was named by many (not just our leader) the China virus and somehow he is being called a racist. Really? How cowardly ridiculous is that? This is how you choose to help? Not sure how these individuals feel this is helping the situation. Why not spend your time and energy is a more useful way. Regardless of your personal feelings how is that being helpful I ask? Exactly…. it’s not. So why not band together rather than pointing fingers. It’s really getting old and tiresome. I didn’t vote for the last president we had. Didn’t like his politics but you didn’t see me bashing him on social media. Believe me there were plenty of opportunity to o that. You will have a chance to vote them out of office in the coming months if you wish. But for now…. just stop. The left tried for three months to get him out of office and failed miserably. Just think how that time and money could have been used. For me I am thankful that we finally have a leader who is more concerned about it’s American citizens and is willing to protect them. You don’t have to agree with me as it is my opinion and we are all entitled to our opinion.

I have two teenagers at home and one being a senior. We need not to belittle how hard this is on our seniors (whether high school or college). This is the time they are usually busy making memories or at least suppose to be. Its hard for them not to be around their friends and relying on technology to supplement the interaction. But in fact it is easier than past generations but our kids have never had to endure situations such as that therefore can we really blame them when they don’t understand?

Our family is abiding by the social distancing set by state and our government. Hoping everyone can help with flattening the curve. It’s the only way we can beat this and help those that need protecting.

In the meantime Spring continues to peek through all this gloominess and show us change is coming.

Signs of Spring

Patiently waiting while keeping his distance.
Sidewalk chalk messages to people who pass by every day.

Feels like Spring – COVID-19 Quarantine – Day 8

Spring is here!

Feels like Spring and we are day eight of the social distancing. No homework for today as it is Saturday and it has been stressful enough for the kids, not to mention for us. Making sure we have enough food if the state goes into full lock down mode. This morning the hubs went to get additional cat food as we need to take care of the furry ones too. We have treats and food for them.

Weather was a little warmer today there a little cleaning outside as well as inside did commence. I noticed today the buds are starting to appear so hopefully we will see a little more green on the trees before long.

I keep believing that we will all get through this but taking one day at a time. Many are homeschooling as they have younger ones that may need the help or kids just having a hard time. Trying to keep a balance and sense of normalcy among all this madness. Till tomorrow….

COVID-19 Quarantine – Day 7

Katniss

And the wait continues. Kids are keeping up with their school work. Trying to get them up at a decent hour and not sleep too late. They have the weekends for that. Trying to keep a sense of normal (whatever that is) in the house. Weather is still a little on the chilly side but able to get outside for a bit to get some fresh air. We all know we haven’t seen the worst of it yet. Hang tight for this too shall pass.