My Never-ending Safe Shelter-In-Place

Open sunflower to the sun

I’ve lost count of how many days we’ve been in our Covid19 Shelter-In-Place. That’s what I call our current situation because it reminds me of our “Shelter-In-Place” drills at school. I know I can leave home, but I don’t want to leave. In the United States, our Covid19 prevention is mixed with the wannabe authoritarian politics of TrumpTwat.

Most of our country has not been under lockdown. I’m fortunate that I live in a state with a sane Democratic governor. (Had this happened with Chris Crispy, there would be even more chaos.) He’s taking the information from scientists and doctors seriously. However, there are still a few Covidiots in our state who refuse to believe the virus exists. Some of them live next door to me. They are the reason I stay inside.

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Single Lady Lockdown: She took My Chair…

I waved to that bunny like he was Santa Claus. It was comforting to see something normal during these abnormal times.


Happy Easter everyone! ??‍♀️ I hope you are coping with your lockdown and staying healthy. The highlight of my weekend was seeing the Easter Bunny rolling down my block in the back of a pick up truck. He had a fire truck escort. I hurried out of my condo and ran to the street. (No one was in my courtyard.) I waved to that bunny like he was Santa Claus. It was comforting to see something normal during these abnormal times.

In fact, it has been tough doing this lockdown while being single and living without another human. I do have Shinxley and Mozeley, my cats. Although it’s been interesting, their company doesn’t replace human companionship.

S & M appear to have adjusted to my new home schedule. Normally I’m home during the summer. Now, I rarely leave the house unless it’s for prescriptions, liquor, food, liquor… you get the idea. ? However, I think S has snapped just a little bit.

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ADHD is a Beeyatch…

Ooooweee!!! People, I just had to ping my phone at home to find it. That’s right! I lost my phone in my one bedroom condo. ??‍♀️ I heard an alarm go off an hour ago, so I knew it was in the house. When I got ready to go to bed, I couldn’t find it.

I had to use Find My iPhone to find my phone in my small house. And I can’t take the Adderall because of my other medications. SIGH… Obviously it’s time for me to go to bed. ??‍♀️