This month I was happy about: for more family time and working from home. I time to slow down a bit and actually be forced to get stuff done that otherwise wouldn’t. Just making the best of the situation.
This month I was sad about: the whole coronavirus is a complete downer. It’s so sad to see all those that are suffering and all those that have died from it. It’s constant on the news and on social media.
♥ ♥ = Love it! A must read/see!
♥ = Really good! Highly recommend.
✓ ✓ = Good, not great
✓ = Not much to talk about
X = Awful. Total waste of time
Movies I watched were:
TV Shows I watched were:
Anne with an E: Season 3 (Netflix) ♥ ♥ – taking my time with this one.
Hart of Dixie (Netflix) rewatching♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
All American (CW) ♥ ♥
New Amsterdam ♥ ♥
The Stranger (Netflix) ✓ ✓
Tiger King (Netflix) – just started
The Bachelor – So glad it’s over and Madi was wise.
Rob and I watched:
A Million Little Things ♥ ♥
Survivor ♥ ♥
9-1-1 ✓ ✓
The Good Doctor ♥ ♥
Blue Bloods ♥
Hawaii Five-0 ♥
NCIS NO ✓ ✓
Saturday in the South ♥
Last Man Standing ♥
Young Sheldon ♥
NCIS ✓ ✓
The Conners ✓ ✓
Things I read:
No books this month, just lots of blogs and garden sites.
Podcasts I listened to:
My favorite song this month was:
What You Want by Tenth Avenue North – This is an acoustic version that is just incredible.
What I remember about work was: working from home from starting March 17th. I just go into the office everything 7th business day. Supposed to go back to work on April 10th, but I’m hearing that probably won’t happen.
A lesson I learned this month was: social distancing. This term became all too familiar for everyone these days with Corona Virus.
A friends and I: met up for our Cookbook Club. It was just 3 of this time. Besides the new recipes we get to try the fellowship is just good for the soul.
Drew was: still busy with his internship at Inner Sp@rk Cre@tive. His other internship at the Alumni Center ended when school went to online.
Alex: turned 16 this month. We were in Florida for Spring break so he had to wait till we got back. Rob took him to get his license that Wednesday.
Rob was: so excited to get our dog. After Daisy died he started emailing Corgi people all over the South East. Back in February we heard back from a lady in Tennessee who had a show dog she was getting ready to retire. We had a hard time getting our schedules to jive, but finally found a date that worked for all of us. Kayleigh, is the dog we got and she was co-owned by 2 people. Kayleigh actually lived in Kentucky, but was also owned by the lady in Tennessee.
Rob and I got up early on Saturday the 21st and drove up to Murfreesboro. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that I posted that day as we traveled the 5 hours and back in 1 day because of Corona. Not wanting to stay in a hotel.
The thing I’ll remember most from this month was: that life gets very different when there is a pandemic.