This has been my universal To Do List for the past year. I knew whatever habits I settled into would be it until this was all over (which I thought at the time would be much sooner...), so it was either this or bake banana bread every day. Thankfully this won.
Happy Quaran-niversary, friends.
This was the last day of school last year before all hell broke loose.
I've come to adopt an 'it is what it is; we're getting through it' attitude (mainly for my own sanity), but seeing shutdown updates from this day last year is just uuuggghhh
I officially haven't been in my office for a full year. It's going to be like an archeological find when (if) we ever go back.
Kids' school pictures from 2 grades ago, a petrified granola bar, a vendor calendar stuck on Feb 2020, more notepads and sharpies than any sane person should possess...
On this eve of Ash Wednesday, can we just agree that giving up the last 11 months was plenty of sacrifice?
Before quarantine: Didn't watch much tv, had never binged a show.
Me post March 2020:
What's the favorite thing you've watched?
I have several friends who are doing this. WHY is it being left up to "suburban Philly moms" to schedule appointments [for strangers nonetheless] in order to get people the vaccine they need?
Actually, maybe the whole thing should be in the hands of moms. We get ish done.
Over the snow, over the cold, over the mask, over the virtual school, over nothing being normal, over it.
(P.S. Call APS for all your home reno needs! )
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