This week started online school. When they announced two weeks in March Kurt and I figured months, then as the days went on, we knew it would be the rest of the school year. We planned accordingly. And now it officially is online school for the rest of the year. This will be fascinating in such a meta way. How will this school age generation evolve?
Monday was fun math puzzles, then math class on zoom. Nice to see the other kids, honestly.
I went on my first outing in weeks - to the garden store to buy some dirt and veggies to plant in our veggie garden over spring break (next week). It was nice to be out, kept my mask on, kept my distance, washed well when I got home.
We found some blank wall to decorate for all the people walking by.
Kurt stood in line at Trader Joe's and came home with many staples. Some more important than others.
Mr. Biscuit also enjoys shopping day.
Wednesday was full of more online class, with Kurt as proctor, as I was on the phone with our tax guy getting our taxes done.Harper presented her animal diorama. (Without the turban.)
There was more garden/chalk/cover the walls fun.
We also made bee watering troughs to keep our bee friends healthy.
Then I relaxed and read for a bit with Mr. Biscuit. Heaven. I feel like I've been so busy making sure Harper gets her school work done and has something to do other than watch TV, I haven't given myself a break much. So this was lovely. Oh, on Monday I was going to go for my exercise walk and Harper said, "I want to come with you!" and I was like "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" But inside my head. I got my solo walk in and that was also very good.
I baked banana bread (yum) and had a cocktail while Harper and Kurt played a video game after dinner.
Harper impressed me by doing all her Weds and Thursday school work yesterday so she's fully free for the rest of the week and next week - spring break. It will be nice not having school work but then there will be more time to fill. But we have some plans...
Cheers to you and yours, we hope you are well and safe and staying home!