As you know, we here on the Eastern Seaboard of the USA are in a two week lockdown for the rest of the month of March in an attempt to keep the Covid 19 virus from taking out our feeble dear ones. I’m good with all of the restrictions and not feeling terribly worried about myself catching this. I just have to run my household for these two weeks without losing my mind.

So in an attempt to record this time, I thought to post my captivity pictures, which don’t look too much differently from a regular weekend off of school.

I hope you are all keeping yourselves happily occupied during your self-imposed distancing. The suggested activities to hold your anxiety at bay are Creativity, Cozying and Curling up, and Communing. As you can see, we are actively doing those here at my house. Click on a picture to scroll through them. 

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  1. My favorite part about being at home for the rest of March — spending time in the greenhouse, where everything is bursting with live and vigor. And I started a new blog because I finally feel like writing. Maybe you’d like to take a look. I’ll share later.

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