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|This is my grandbabe's face IMMEDIATELY after waking up.|
This beautiful child does not have a grumpy bone in her body.
It's Wednesday, Spring Break for us, and I have to go into work tomorrow, to pick up items so I can teach online through the middle of April. We'll see what happens then... I gave my resignation awhile ago, and am teaching only through the end of this school year, but with the virus changing everything, now I'm starting to panic a little. One thing I have to have is a job. Those were fairly easy to get two weeks ago, but now? Now things are different. In a blink of an eye, everything changed. Funny how that happens, isn't it? I've seen it before, but it never fails to surprise me when it comes to visit (sudden and thorough change).
|My oldest granddaughter.|
I know some people think all of this is overrated and overblown, but even if that were true, just stay home anyway. We're taking these huge precautions as a country to try and fix things, and the biggest one we are taking (closing businesses) is going to hurt a lot of people financially and beyond, so since it's in place, we've decided to do our part and stay in so people aren't aching (and those with no income will be aching) in vain. We'll go back to park and beach days soon enough. I say that, but short of closing everything, I don't think people are going to stay home. When we were out on a toilet paper search recently (an unsuccessful search at that, but thankfully we have some left), we saw TONS of people out.
Unless we absolutely have to go out, I plan on parking it and staying home. We've got plenty to eat, drink, and do here. And though this is never, ever the way I would want time to be home with my son, I am enjoying it just the same.
Oh, and there's one other in our family who is simply delighted that we are home all day. I think she's going to get spoiled. Oh wait, that happened a long time ago.
Just checking in to say hello. I hope all are well and staying safe.