It’s been a month since my Governor issued a stay-at-home order. I am fortunate enough to be able to work full-time from home, but the only suitable location to do so is my studio, so I haven’t been working on the contest build.
I very much enjoy working from home as compared to the office, primarily because I have a loud coworker who narrates her day. The only auditory disturbances here are the blue jay’s morning staff meeting and the afternoon chipmunk territorial disputes. It is calming, and so much easier to concentrate and stay focused.
My husband is not working, so is cooking elaborate meals, washing dishes, growing a beard, napping, and talking about cleaning the garage. Ester loves having a daytime napping companion.
As you are, we are limiting trips out of the house, enjoying some outside time when weather permits (it hasn’t much), and trying to watch some news, to stay informed, but not too much news, because many other human’s behaviors are terrifying. Mostly I watch the birds through my windows, and am appreciative that I fortuitously stocked up on seed before the pandemic.
Thankfully all our loved ones are healthy, and I hope they remain so, though I worry, of course, about the future. I hope all of you are safe and healthy too.