That should keep the kids busy for a little bit and outside in the fresh air. We are fortunate and have 1.25 acres of land and a huge fenced in back yard with some wooded area. They get pool cleaning duty as well and I'll adjust the chemicals and shock it so they can swim the next 2 weeks they are off school. Both found an online app to learn a language and both chose french! Personally I would have done Spanish but whatever. Keeping the mind sharp. I see lots more board games (Thursday night is game night in our house), puzzles, books, shooting hoops and weeding in our future. I still get to work but I am remote so that works out fine. Greg is still working at Publix but as they are closing earlier his hours shifted and he'll be home for kids bedtime for a while since they are closing at 8PM instead of 10PM.
Now... I admit I am fully stocked in fabrics, thread, yarns and crochet hooks and knitting needles... and cross stitch and embroidery. Priorities you know!
|Quick Mom, snap the photo so I can use these as a bed!|
I quickly went in this morning to see what teals I had. Since it is a shade of blue/green I have a LOT! I was able to cut some 2.5 inch squares and made these 2 16 patches to go along with this block collection.
I'm sure there will be lots of teal to show off next Saturday..... sewing is relaxing and great therapy during these taxing times. Linking up with the other RSC Sewers on this beautiful Saturday in Florida.