#SundayPost: Quarantine week 1 million…

Posted April 26, 2020 in Roundup Tags:

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  • Who knows! I have nothing schedule right now!

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Seriously, I feel like we have been in quarantine for months. Each day is like groundhog’s day. I miss my students. I am glad, however, that I don’t have to go back to work and deal with some of coworkers. They were pushing me over the edge just before we closed school in March, so not having to see them has been a huge relief for me.

I did some gardening this week and I have decided I am NOT a fan. We had a landscaped area that was done by the previous owners. Now its been 4 years and I have got to deal with it. However, I have the WORST allergies so I can only take care of it in like 20 minute segments. 0 stars. Do not recommend.

I’ve been spending at least a chunk of time each day playing Animal Crossing still. Its a nice escape. In AC, the only thing I have to worry about is catching fish and bugs, and maybe traveling to a mystery island. That’s about all the stress I can handle right now.

So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!

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12 responses to “#SundayPost: Quarantine week 1 million…

  1. tonyalee

    I feel ya – it seems like the days and weeks blend. I don’t even know what I did this week, was it last week? idk!
    So many books I need to check out Also, that meme about foot sweeping is THE BEST.
    Have a great week, and stay sane and healthy!


  2. It is the longest quarantine ever (not that I have any previous experience to compare it with lol)! It’s nice that you’re at least getting a break from irritating coworkers. ? I imagine it’s rough missing the kids though. Our schools are officially closed until next school year – have they made that official where you are too?

    Have a great week!

  3. I am obviously in quarantine house 5 book, coffee, and a cat. Count me in. Is your school closed for the rest of the year? Sort of makes leaving a lot easier (unless you wanted to make a grand exit). I was never a gardener, though I liked to spend time with my Poppy, when he tended his fruit and veggies back when I was a kid. I just finished Playlist yesterday, and I LOVED IT! I hope you enjoy it too.

  4. Yes – the days do somewhat merge… but glad you are away from your co-workers. I work from home anyway, so in many ways my life is much the same. I hope you have a peaceful, healthy week.

  5. Gardening can be hard work. I try to choose things which are so much better fresh or that are harder to get at the Farmer’s Market. I like to have herbs on hand for example. I am happy to have more reading time but I have to stop looking at the news so much, it just makes me worry. Today I have been playing with Feedly and Bloglovin based on suggestions and so far I prefer Boglovin so now I subscribed to your blog that way.

    Stay safe and be well!

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  6. Still laughing at quarantine week 1 million. LOL It sure feels like it. I do NOT do gardening. Ugh. I have zero interest in it PLUS I don’t like the outdoors PLUS I have allergies. Sooo, yeah not happening. Ha.

  7. “Sweep the leg” lol. that cracked me up. Honestly some of the Covid black humor I see on Twitter and elsewhere definitely helps!

    We have landscaping too and it takes HOURS keeping that shit up lol!!! Stuff grows faster than you can prune it/ control it/ whatever we’re supposed to be doing with it lol.

    Animal Crossing honestly sounds like the perfect antidote for these times!

  8. shooting

    Okay, I love the “sweep the leg” and I saw that post about authors and alcohol (ernest hemingway…funny, but true!). The days are definitely blurring together some. I’m trying to find ways to stay busy and connect with friends and family. It’s a weird weird time, my friend.


  9. At least there’s one small positive of quarantine in that you get to avoid the coworkers you don’t like. It does feel a little like groundhog day doesn’t it. And gardening does not sound fun. I really need to start tackling my garden but I have never been a gardener and don’t think I ever will be and I am not looking forward to it. Luckily, the weather has taken a downturn and I will not begin my journey in gardening in the rain. Maybe another week.

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