#SundayPost: Quarantine week 2

Posted March 29, 2020 in Roundup Tags:

Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!

  •   Dear Enemy by Kristen Callihan
  •   After Sundown by Linda Howard and Linda Jones
  •   Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
  •   Badger to the Bone by Shelly Laurenston

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Well, we made it through week 2 of the “lock down” here in Ohio. Teaching from home went well this week. The weather was actually really nice too so Calleigh and I took a walk each day.

The Governor of Ohio does a daily address to the state at 2:00 pm. It is now known as “Wine with Dewine time”. My friends host FB watch parties and everything. Its turned what was a stressful event (hearing the daily cases and struggles), into something we all enjoy. Also, Dr. Acton, the head of Public Health for Ohio is the most calm woman on the planet! She is so great at breaking down the facts and sharing inspiring stories.

I have been playing a lot of animal crossing! It pretty much fills in the times when I am not needed by students! Its also a super low stress game, so its great for unwinding with.

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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9 responses to “#SundayPost: Quarantine week 2

  1. I just got my switch on Friday, and have added ACNH to the rotation of activities. I visited my daughter’s island today, and she totally put mine to shame. Though, she did give me all the supplies I need to get my store built. Glad the distance teaching is going well. I always thought it was something the public schools should explore, and now, they are forced too, but without all the prep and equipment. Stay safe!

  2. My daughter has talked about Animal Crossing. We’ve continued to drift on spring break but I hope we get a bit more of a routine this week with her classes starting. She has 3 classes and each one is using a different online software. lol I feel like this break of not commuting or having meetings etc has been good for you so far. Enjoy the walks and other relaxing. I’m glad you have a governor who is doing a good job. I think ours is good in that we shut down fairly fast but we will see. I don’t watch tv and look mostly at twitter or fb news.

    Stay healthy, safe and happy reading!

    Anne - Books of My Heart recently posted: Read-along & Giveaway: Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs
  3. I must admit that I don’t understand the excitement over animal crossing but I’m glad that it seems to be helping a lot of people through the current stresses!
    I hope this week is another good one for you.

  4. The siracha hand sanitizer made me laugh. 🙂 Glad the teaching from home is going well. Dr. Acton sounds like a gem. We all need a voice of calm reason now. That’s why I miss Dr. Fauci at the White House press conferences. But I guess he wasn’t toeing the party line. *sigh* I’m seeing everyone talk about Animal Crossing and I am so clueless. I get that it’s a game but beyond that… no idea. And I’ve never even heard of a Nintendo Switch. LOL

  5. Teachers are the best. We are on week 3 of mommy school. I can’t tell you have grateful I am to my sons teacher for putting the packet together and making a schedule of what needs to get done each day. I’ve been a bit stressed having everyone home, being a teacher, mom, wife, chief, and everything everyone needs. I can’t wait for this quarantine to end. I’ve been bing watching TV, no reading (cry), and playing Breath of the Wild on Switch. I’ve seen a lot of ppl playing Animal Crossing and enjoying it.

    Stay safe and thanks for your hard work as a teacher.

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