We’re used to spending Easter with family, but this year it was just the four of us…like every other day for the past month. We did get a surprise visit with treats the day before, enjoyed some time connecting virtually, and even got in an egg hunt. But hoping this is the last Easter at…
While this new normal is definitely not normal, we’re trying to find things to keep life fun and entertaining! Most of it involves getting messy (kids) or imbibing (adults).
Who knows what day it is or how far into spring we are. But, we’re trying to push through and make the best of it. More memories to capture our social distancing-filled quarantine…
Day 4,654 of quarantine (or so it feels) and we’re still going. Here are a few photos that capture the journey.
If we’re being optimistic, then we’re getting closer to the mid-point of the original 8-week social distancing mark. But if we’re realistic, we know the timeline has nearly doubled if not more. There is still so much uncertainty. What is clear, however, is we’re trying to make it work as best we can!
Moving into week two of the COVID-19 quarantine, and we spent it trying to keep spirits up as we juggle school, work and play.
Thanks to COVID-19, the entire world has been turned upside down. For us, thankfully, it just means hanging out at home as a family – juggling work, home school and down time. Here are some examples of how we spent the first days…which likely will turn into months!
For the second time in several years, we visited Clearwater during a cold front. It still didn’t stop us from having fun, however, with playground fun, a pirate cruise, mini golf and dinner overlooking the ocean!
For the second year in a row, we were lucky to catch some spring training baseball in warm, sunny Florida. The Red Sox, once again, fell to their opponent, but the many treats and 70-degree weather made up for it!