I'm guessing your world looks pretty much like mine... Social distancing Empty shelves Empty freezers No bread Hamburger meat Chicken breast Alcohol Hand sanitizer Wipes... Oh yeah NO TP. Everyone is going a little cra-cra! Is anyone else having a hard time not touching her face? I may even pick my nose. How hard is it to pump gas without touching anything? About the third day into social distancing, and having to work because I am "essential," I went to buy hand sanitizer. Of course, there was none. I have the recipe. Aloe vera gel...check Essential oil...check Alcohol After work, I stopped at 3 places. By this time, I'm feeling exasperated. In the pharmacy section... because that's where it should be, right? But what do I know?... "Sir, do you have any alcohol?" I was directed to Aisle 12, "Right behind you there!" Here I go. Yelp. Didn't give it a second thought. Be-bopping right along.
A day of work and a day of rest is what the weekend looked like for us. I started my Saturday with the usual- a cup of coffee. We had already decided to do a little Spring Cleaning. I started cleaning out my closet and made it through each room like the Tasmanian Devil leaving behind a whirlwind of mess! It's crazy the things we see when we're in lock down. No, we're really not in lock down. We're just being smart. I decided I didn't like my picture frames not to be the same color. I took them all down... ...revealing all the nail holes ...from every time I didn't get it right. Can I tell you I counted 20? Oh, please! So, I rearranged them with different frames. and took them down again, and painted the wall. The holes, of course, are still there but the scratches are not. So, we now have a blank wall. and a stack of frames. David put up the wall art above the glass door,