Our weekend was low-key because of the PA shutdown. So what does one do? Well we are trying our best to walk every single day if the weather permits. On Saturday we saw HUMANS. I said 'hello human beings!' as we kept our more than six foot distance. We live out in the country so our human sightings are limited. However, I see humans more than I see bears, and I see deer more than I see humans.
My husband was whistling this weekend and I asked him what is he so happy about. He replied 'I love social distancing'. As you can imagine he is an introvert.
All of the daffodils are blooming and are a cheerful sight to behold. There is a hill speckled bland with dead grass and bushes yet to sprout leaves. In the middle of this hill there's a cluster of daffodils booming and screaming 'it's spring!'. So lovely.
I'm starting to focus better as I adjust to what is going on, I heard your advice to quit consuming the news, I am trying but I want to be informed. I'm toying with starting another sweater (or shawl) but can't decide what yarn to knit with. Seriously I think I should knit with the best supplies because these are trying times.
I hope you are well where ever you are. Isn't it nice that the internet friends already keep a social distance? We can carry on like always, the only difference is what we talk about will be more about our creative pursuits and less about our 'busy' schedules.
I did manage to create an exercise routine that I will start twice a week tomorrow. How about you? What kept you busy this weekend?