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What did you do today?

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Just worked today, as usual. It was a very productive day though, I'm happy about it.
 

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Today I worked from home while simultaneously homeschooling my six year old, prepared 3 meals, did 2 loads of laundry and one load of dishes, went on a bike ride with aforementioned six year old in the puddles to cheer him up, worked some more because my day was not productive (see above mention of homeschooling). Lol I have never been so tired as this week, and they announced today that schools here are closed for another four weeks. (Sorry for the whining ... it's been a long day...)
 

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Had to go out for a while. With luck there was hardly anybody else out. Place I went to will be closed from the end of this week until Lord knows when. Our chemist actually dropped the monthly medication to the house. That was another trip saved. Other than that have a few new jigsaws to work on. Need something to do in the house.
 

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Worked today, as usual. Fairly productive, can't complain. This evening I'm having dinner, then going to play some Battlefield on PC for a bit.
yeah.. my work schedule has been normal too. But school's are out, so the home life is a little different right now. Local restaurants are closed, but that aside I notice a lot of people still out & functioning (basically) like normal.
Also noticed that locally there have been no Coronavirus deaths, number of cases aren't growing significantly.. so the muckraking media isn't trumpeting that disappointing reality. They're returning (somewhat) to their normal (gross) routine of fixating on murders & rapes.
Hope everyone is doing ok, stay strong.
 

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Today I worked at the farm and went grocery shopping once again.

Today at the grocery store, their were some customers there, but not a great deal of customers.
 

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Got out for a nice long walk. Need to clear the head at times. Nobody around. No fear about the whole distance thing. Worked on a jigsaw when I got home. Got a lot done.
 

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Another day of homeschooling and working for me. I think I managed it a bit better today - those of use that are perfectionists are just going to have to let go of things for a little while, right? It's going to be messy for a while. Planning to take a nice hot bath and relax this evening.
 
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Drank the coffee and hanging out with my doggo in our yard whole morning. Watched The Invisible Man, it's great highly recommend .Then did yoga later in the evening for 1 hour. Hope everybody here is having a manageable day, and being safe as much as you can.
 

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I'm not planing on doing hardly anything or going anywhere today, as I want to decrease the chances that I'll get the coronavirus.
 

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Finished my latest jigsaw of the Giant's Causeway. it was said to have build by Fionn Mac Cumhaill, when a Scottish giant, Benandonner, threatened to invade Ireland. Fionn threw the columns into the sea to create a pathway to Scotland, were he defeated Benandonner. Sits in County Antrim in the North of Ireland.giant 004.JPG
 
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Thank you Mike. Something to keep the mind busy with.

Nice bit of sun here today. Had to do some shopping. Local shops. See how people manage with this whole 2m distance thing. I've been avoiding people for over 30 years so I am a pro at it. :cool:
 

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I have to go to the grocery store today.

I used to get real nervous sometimes at the grocery store. But not anymore.
 

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I got my daughter a 1500 piece puzzle for her birthday during my last trip to Singapore. She hasn't cracked it open just yet, she's swamped with school work since her teachers are still calibrating what is reasonable for the distance learning they're required to do right now.
 

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Can't wait to see that :)
These are the ones that drive you crazy. Best off doing sections at a time. Then leave it alone for a while. Kid's hair is the exact same colour as the hay. Only thing that stands out as different is her dress. So I will work on that later. Following that every piece looks like every other piece. :p
 
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