Another Sunday has arrived. We are through our first official week of social distancing. It has been hard, it has been different. And I am ready for it to end.
I always said I wished I could work from home. So here I am with that chance, and I am still not feeling satisfied. Why is that? Probably because it is forced. I am home, but I can’t leave to do something with my family, which is the whole reason why I want to be able to work from home.
Makes no sense, right? Yeah, I have to say that I am all jumbled up right now. Not a fun place to be, that is for sure. I hate being confused, and unsettled, and still fighting all the fear associated with COVID-19.
And that makes me angry.
Arrgh, what a vicious cycle.
I am also feeling sad that our May trip to Jamaica isn’t going to happen. The resorts are supposed to reopen the day we arrive, but I don’t see that happening. So my goal tomorrow is to get it changed to later on in the year, just to be safe.
Other than that, it is just a matter of working on things around the house. I still have no idea when I will be returning to work. For all the times I may grump about being there, I really miss it. I miss the kids. I miss my co-workers, I miss the books. I miss shelving.
So what has been new on the blog? Check out some of these posts:
- Tasks New Plant Owners Need To Know
- Declutter Your Garage With These Easy Steps
- Spring Baseball Season
I have to say, I am looking back on my cruise pictures, and I am really missing it right now. I don’t miss being away from family, but I miss that COVID-19 was a concern, not chaos. Yeah, talk about 4 weeks changing the course of the world.
Cheers to the end of the day!
That was such a lovely spot on the balcony watching the sunset and marveling about the beauty of being on the ocean. I was kind of hoping to see some marine life, but alas, it was still pretty amazing.
So that is where I am right now. I am hoping to get some inspiration for some blog posts. I wish my kids were little again, so I could start writing some things to help homeschooling families. But I am so far removed from that age that doing that would not be practical. But maybe I can get back into my children’s book recommendations. We shall see.
So stay safe. Maintain social distancing. Wash your hands. Don’t give up, don’t give in, don’t lose hope.