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As I have stated in earlier posts, I do not actively engaging in personal interactions with many people, and I certainly don’t like someone all up in my business. Maintaining some social distancing is natural for me, but not everyone has the desire or ability to separate themselves, and when they do it becomes very lonely and depressive for them. I see this on a daily basis with my neighbors and those in my small town. Walk outside and you can almost always see either a small group of adults or, in most cases, a large gaggle of children playing around. Some families have taken the social distancing concept very seriously, and have gone to great lengths to protect them and their families. Although some neighbors have been a bit rude about their stance via text messages, I can understand their viewpoint to protect their family. I don’t know what each persons situation is, so I work to be understanding.

Social Distancing

Do some plant work while home

On the flip side of things you see so many people in town that seem to be going about their business as usual, oblivious to the public health and economic meltdown going on around them. People like this are infuriating to me because they will be the ones who cause a resurgence of the virus, which will ultimately keep us in locked down quarantine for longer. I love being able to work from home, but I’m not keen to being confined all the time for endless months. At some point I want to be able to resume my normal life of going to eat, gym, and taking my kids to school and sporting events.

As a result of the quarantine, we’re getting rather bored here. While working in my home office this week, my two girls opened the door with stickers all over them from a Lego sticker book. It was quite comical to see them standing there with sheepish grins on their faces. They almost seemed proud of themselves. I couldn’t help but laugh at them a bit. Also, we discovered that Amazon Alexa devices have the ability to fart. Not just regular farts, but you can do cow farts, dragon farts, and any other combination of farts. When trying to entertain a special needs child you have to lower the maturity level quite a bit. Don’t judge. 🙂 What silly things are you doing with yourself and your family during this time?

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Source: Sensual Nudist

Original publication 10 April, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 11th April 2020

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