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So. How are you?
I went grocery shopping today. Wore my mask. Didn’t touch my face – even when I had a crazy itch. Then, got home and washed all of the groceries before putting them away. So yeah, I’m fried. I’m pretty sure you know what I mean.
We are still staying home and doing our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, but I totally get why people are tired of all of this. It is exhausting. I am so thankful to have my family with me, otherwise, I’m sure I would also be very lonely.
(Shout out to those in solo quarantine. Hugs.)
We found out yesterday that our school district will be offering distance learning for kids who want it. Rather, for parents who want it. I’m quite sure my son would choose to go back to school in a heartbeat. But, because my husband has type o
One of the hardest things about social distancing is being separated from friends and family. No tea times. No playdates. No meals. No hugs. During difficult times, our instincts tell us to come together to overcome obstacles. This makes being confined to our own homes oh so difficult.
I have been trying to think of ways to reach out to friends and family. After browsing Etsy for a while, I stumbled across a bunch of sellers who offer care packages full of all sorts of self-care goodies. Hugs in a box. Perfect? Perfect!
If you are the one in need of some TLC, maybe just get one of these boxes for yourself. That’s cool too.
Leave me a message below and let me know what you are doing to take care of yourself and keep yourself sane.
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