House Arrest

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Our sons have put us on house arrest because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Technically, it’s of the honor system variety, but they do text, call, FaceTime, etc. at least once a day. If they catch me at my favorite coffee/writing spot, there will be hell (or at least, heck) to pay. So I’ve made a list of the several positives.

  1. I’m blogging for the first time in weeks.*
  2. I’m writing more.
  3. I can watch every single season of Project Runway All Stars without feeling guilty about it.
  4. I have the time to take two long walks a day.
  5. I can order groceries online, which is way more fun than I thought it would be.
  6. Also, I can contemplate the very nice view outside out breakfast room window

*If you don’t see that as a positive, pretend you do.

3 thoughts on “House Arrest

  1. I could just relax with the whole frightening debacle, oops, I mean unexpected opportunity, if I could just find one pack of toilet paper. Apparently people are hoarding it–individuals buying 200-300 rolls as soon as supermarket shipments arrive. Amazon hoarding and price-gouging–like the old song “three for a thousand.” I’d just like one six-pack (that’s TP, not beer).

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