Monday, March 23, 2020


Today has truly been a Monday, in every sense of the word.

The weather has been very Monday. Gray, and very rainy. All day.

We are still in Stay-at-home mode. The governor announced that all unessential businesses are to close and remain until further notice. I have no idea how long we can do this and stay solvent as a country. This hasn't happened before and I am sure some very smart people are working on this, but it gets scarier the more I read, so I am trying to avoid the news.

I went to the grocery store earlier in the day and there was still stuff on the shelves, depending on what you needed. I think going in the morning is the key.
We are so used to being able to go and shop and find whatever we want, and it is so odd to go and not be able to find just the basics that we need, let alone what we want.
People are going and buying out all of certain things so there is nothing left in the afternoon.
John is now Gluten free until he can determine whether he feels better without it.
He has a sensitivity and the doctor wants him to avoid it to see what happens.
So I am trying to make foods that suit that kind of diet. It a shift, but there are lots of options.

I have had no luck in finding a car. I extended my rental for a few more days.
The MVA is closed, and now the dealerships and probably the rental office, will be too, so I am not sure what is going to happen come Saturday.

I am not sure what is going to happen in all of this, but I know that God is in charge and He is taking care of us. I am trying to be patient and flexible.
He is trying to teach us all and I really hope we get it soon!

The guys are doing OK. Brendan is working a lot, because he works at the grocery store.
John is doing some online work and Tim is working from home.

Every day there is some kind of news. I just hope there is something good soon.

I think I will bake bread tomorrow!

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