I probably should have written this post a while back, but I wanted to get something written down so I can remember this time.
The girls has Spring Break the week of March 16th. Governor Evers closed down all schools later that week. It’s now been over a month since they’ve been in school. Online school started shortly after Spring Break week was over. It’s a pass/fail grading system for the 2nd semester.
Carly is a freshmen. While this affects her, obviously, she’s pretty okay with the whole thing.
Lydia is a senior. Surprisingly, she’s pretty okay with it too, BUT really wants to have a graduation of some sort. Who can blame her? Why do you go to school? To graduate!
They both have adapted pretty well and we do talk a lot about how they are doing/feeling.
I have’t worked IN the library since Wednesday, March 15th. We also closed our doors on Monday, March 13th. I’ve been working from home and very sporadically going into work to cover books and upload videos on FB.
Tom is still essential, so not much has really changed for him.
I do most of my grocery ordering online OR go to Aldi very early in the morning on a Monday or Tuesday when I hope it’s not too busy.
I’ve made masks for myself and others. I wear one in the store, hoping it adds a bit of protection.
It’s now April 17th. School is officially canceled through the rest of this school year. I had no doubt that would happen and needs to.
Gas is at an all time low, $1.15 a gallon. That was how much it was in 1997/1998! I know it won’t stay that low, but it’s a sight to see. Not that I need gas these days, but Tom does.
I’m trying to get outside to walk for my sanity and Vitamin D. Lately it hasn’t been very nice, but I’m hoping this weekend will allow me to get outside and finish the fence around my garden.
Not much else to say, just waiting for a vaccine for COVID-19. I’m sure I’ll be getting it along with the flu shot next year!