We have to fill our time, right?
I mean, regardless if you are isolating or going to a job, everything is still weird.
Who doesn’t have that feeling of waiting right now? Waiting for the election. Waiting for the pandemic to pass. Hoping it will pass.
No matter how we are spending our days, shit is weird.
I’m working from home again, so that is a relief.
My anxiety isn’t great, but so much better. I’m dealing with the feeling that everything is just one long day because I don’t have any events that break up time the way life did before. I’m just mostly in my bedroom. I mean, I like my bedroom, so that is cool. But still. It does tend to make one a bit nuts.
Randy and I have talked a lot about how grateful we are that this pandemic hasn’t adversely affected our relationship. We’re good together even when we spend nearly every minute of every day together.
Although, I’m not gonna lie. When he goes grocery shopping and the boy takes off for a walk at the same time? I do enjoy those few minutes alone. I don’t really do anything different, but I do like the solitude for a bit.
Anyway, Randy and I were talking about the toll this pandemic might take on a relationship, so we made a pandemic PSA.
Were we done after that? No, of course we were not.
We also thought it might be nice to wish everyone goodnight in a manner that baby boomers will definitely find familiar and younger people might just find it odd.
Then we thought “Why stop with The Walton’s?”
So we did a few more.
And we wound up with an extra special Happy Days goodnight.
I hope you are all well and finding ways to cope. I mean, it appears there are many.