We’ve had a deluge of rain. The skies are dark and it seems like Mother Nature is showing her displeasure over our current situation that has turned normalcy upside down.
I’ve been looking at seeds to order. Many don’t start shipping till next month it seems.
I’ve also been looking around my apartment trying to think up a new project until I can get outside and tend to the patio.
I did move the furniture and my garden bench back into place because I doubt anyone will come work on the wood in back for some time.
Charlie is at acupuncture. I hated to take him out, but he’s been coughing a lot and the rain makes it worse. His back legs are having problems holding him up. I may have to hold us both up.
Ivy has been having fun with her boxes. I don’t dare take them to the dumpster as she’s entertained herself for long periods playing “put the toy in the box.”
Kids are out of school. Daughters are working from home. Kids are going to be out of school for awhile. We just don’t know how long.
When I took Charlie out to drop him off for his appointment I also went to Walgreens drive thru and dropped off his prescription for the hydrocodone syrup. The only thing really that helps him stop coughing.
On the drive home a car pulled right out in front of me. When I passed him I saw that he was staring at his phone held in front of his face, not at the road. Lord have mercy. Please save us from idiots.
I wonder what it will be like in a couple of weeks? When families have grown tired of one another huddled up all day? When nerves are stretched thin?
Thank goodness I live alone.
I look forward to springtime temperatures so I can take photos at Woodward Park and Swan Lake. That is always such a pleasant and soothing experience for me.
Most of the things I do in life don’t require others to be present. I am typically solo. So my world, in that regard, hasn’t changed all that much.